Our new EnergyBuddy home energy monitoring system is available for pre-ordering via our Indiegogo crowdfunding campaign:

http://www.indiegogo.com/EnergyBuddy?a=697417

A variety of kits are available starting at $99, with discounts of 30-40% off eventual retail pricing.

We're interested in partnering with energy auditors and home energy pros for trials of EnergyBuddy, and feedback on what features are most important to you.

EnergyBuddy is a small, easy-to-use and stylish gadget that will help you to monitor, manage and see how your family uses electricity around the home.  Get info and control on your iPhone, iPad, Android smartphone or computer screen, as it happens.  Luminescent glowing top for at-a-glance indication of energy usage.

  • Whole home electricity usage monitoring
  • Browser dashboards for detailed info & statistics
  • iPhone, iPad & Android apps for info & control
  • Glowing colored top for instant indication of consumption
  • SmartPlugs for individual device monitoring & control
  • ZigBee option for smart meter connectivity
  • ZigBee version also works with 3rd party sensors & controls
  • Totally secure - high level of data privacy
  • Gateway connects to LAN via Ethernet & WiFi
  • Alerts & alarms sent by email & text messages

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