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Microsoft testing energy consumption tool

Posted in testing tool by testing in London on June 29, 2009

From Media Post

Microsoft is testing Hohm, a new online tool designed to help consumers better understand their energy usage and get recommendations about how to conserve energy and save money.

The application uses tools from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy to give consumers personalized energy-saving recommendations, which can range from placing new caulking on windows to installing a programmable thermostat, based on house features, usage patters and appliances.

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  1. Mr Pedantic said,

    ‘comsumption’ ? or consumption ?


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