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Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
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I'm trying to find a cost-effective solution to track reductions in energy use for residential energy efficiency improvements (the information to be tracked includes property information, historical…Continue

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Laura Langham left a comment for Jennifer Weiss
"I am in Raleigh and happen to be dealing with the same issue.  I have some ideas and invite you to e-mail me if you would like to tackle this issue together.  My e-mail is Llangha@ncsu.edu and my work website is http://energy.ces.ncsu.edu/"
Mar 27
Jennifer Weiss replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"Thanks Dan, I'll look into it!"
Mar 25
Dan Phillips replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"It's pretty old school, but I've used this: http://www.marean.mycpanel.princeton.edu/~marean/default.html in the past for looking at energy impacts for several hundred homes at a time.  It's a bit labor intensive, but less…"
Mar 23
Steve Waclo replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"Hello all, Back on February 14, Bob Blanchette provoked 7 pages of commentary when he asked for assistance from the collective wisdom of Homeenergypros in an effort to solve the mystery of why he is unable to find a way to quantify savings,…"
Mar 20
Dan Phillips replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"+1 It's a little tough to argue with the utility meter (after weather normalizing). "
Mar 20
tedkidd replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"I see these b"blame it on behavior" fallacies all the time. Usually from people who have little home performance or energy efficiency. Bottom line is dead on. Anyone else find hypocracy of the earlier completely unmeasured…"
Mar 20
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Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives

I'm trying to find a cost-effective solution to track reductions in energy use for residential energy efficiency improvements (the information to be tracked includes property information, historical energy usage, monthly energy usage after improvement, weather-normalized data and carbon offsets).  I have heard that Longjump provided a great tracking tool, but it is now part of a larger solution (AgileApps) that might be more than I need for tracking the energy data.  I've also looked at the…See More
Mar 15
Sean Shanley replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"Yes, we can automatically import from Duke Energy!  We can definitely track more than one house at our Pro level of service, which isn't free but is pretty reasonable at $12/house/year.  I don't want to turn your thread into a…"
Mar 14
Jennifer Weiss replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"Thanks James!  We are tracking a few houses in Excel right now and I am looking for a more automated approach for the long term, but I really like your graphs. I may have to see if I can get my Excel data to do that.  Thank you!!"
Mar 13
Jennifer Weiss replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"Thanks Sean!  Does WegoWise work with Duke Energy yet?  Can you track more than one house?"
Mar 13
James White replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"Hello Jennifer, You may be looking for a more automated approach, but here is what I use for identifying energy effieincy improvements that have been made to homes.  I work for in the energy efficiency department of our electric utility and we…"
Mar 13
Sean Shanley replied to Jennifer Weiss's discussion Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives
"You can try WegoWise.  If you're just tracking one house it's free.  Added bonus--for many utility companies it can pull in data directly from the homeowner's online utility accounts, both historical data and the monthly…"
Mar 13
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Looking for Residential Energy Usage Data Tracking Alternatives

I'm trying to find a cost-effective solution to track reductions in energy use for residential energy efficiency improvements (the information to be tracked includes property information, historical energy usage, monthly energy usage after improvement, weather-normalized data and carbon offsets).  I have heard that Longjump provided a great tracking tool, but it is now part of a larger solution (AgileApps) that might be more than I need for tracking the energy data.  I've also looked at the…See More
Mar 12
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At 1:23pm on March 27, 2014, Laura Langham said…

I am in Raleigh and happen to be dealing with the same issue.  I have some ideas and invite you to e-mail me if you would like to tackle this issue together.  My e-mail is Llangha@ncsu.edu and my work website is http://energy.ces.ncsu.edu/

At 8:25pm on February 17, 2014, Diane Chojnowski said…

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