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Eragy Introduces Energy Services

01 Jul 2011

Eragy, which provides energy management software applications and services, has introduced it’s a family of energy services for homeowners and professionals. MyEragy is a free energy monitoring service that enables homeowners to view their home's energy usage and cost from anywhere online. MyEragy, together with a compatible in-home power sensor, enables homeowners to save up to 20 percent or more off their monthly electric bills.

MyEragy Pro is an power monitoring and management tool available for utilities, solar installers, energy efficiency and weatherization contractors, and other service providers. MyEragy Pro provides a scalable platform for monitoring and managing home energy usage and verifying the performance of installed energy saving systems while giving homeowners an easy way to monitor and view their energy savings.

The MyEragy platform is hardware agnostic and supports a number of Internet-enabled power sensors, including Energy Inc.’s TED5000 family and the eGauge from eGauge Systems, with future support for the CurrentCost Envi. Eragy plans to support additional power sensors and smart meters in upcoming versions of MyEragy.

Dolph Rodenberg, President of Energy, notes, “Eragy has been a valued partner since the introduction of their energy monitoring solutions for our TED 5000 series products. The MyEragy family of services provides impressive solutions for both homeowners as well as utilities, solar contractors, and other energy efficiency professionals.”

eGauge Systems Vice President Greg Greenan says, “We look forward to expanding our relationship with Eragy and supporting their new MyEragy services. The combination of MyEragy and the eGauge power sensor provides one of the most powerful energy saving solutions in the industry.”

Ken Huber, Consultant to PJM Interconnection, explains, “By informing consumers and encouraging energy saving, MyEragy will contribute to increased electric grid efficiency and overall system effectiveness. Empowering and providing incentives to consumers is key to the success of the smart grid.”