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Help customers transition to a flexible, more distributed grid.

Customers are experiencing big changes in how they think about and manage their home’s energy resources. To be successful utilities can’t afford to be blind to what is happening behind the meter. With Sense, you don’t have to be.
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Engage customers.

Connecting with customers is critical for improving customer satisfaction, reducing complaints and building trust. More than 60% of customers use Sense’s mobile app monthly to understand their home’s activity; 59% of those users are also weekly users.

Target programs.

Sense’s end-use energy data and insights enable utilities to design and deliver data-driven efficiency and demand response programs that increase meaningful participation, drive energy savings, and lower program costs.

Gain insight.

Sense’s high-resolution data helps grid operators pinpoint unpredictable loads, integrate distributed energy resources (DER), and detect voltage anomalies to optimize load forecasting and peak demand management and improve reliability.

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See what Sense can do for your business.
Pilot programs have shown that Sense can help empower homeowners to reduce their energy use by at least 6%. Our data scientists have uncovered even more potential.
Vermont homeowners could save $100
Efficiency Vermont is exploring the impact of real-time energy monitoring with Sense including customer adoption, energy saving behaviors and most recently, demand response.
Learn how we got started.


“The ability to track data at the device level sets Sense apart from current smart meter technology...”
Karen Giltman, Director, Efficiency Vermont
Alliant Energy Uncovers up to 9% Savings Potential in “Always On” Load
Alliant Energy has partnered with Sense to evaluate how customers can identify energy hogs and reduce or shift energy use with the Sense Home Energy Monitor.

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Optimizing homes with highest air conditioning energy usage could save 8% of all US residential electricity
Targeting the right customers for HVAC or weatherization upgrades could dramatically impact energy efficiency and carbon reduction goals for utilities.

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Vermont homeowners could save $100
Efficiency Vermont is exploring the impact of real-time energy monitoring with Sense including customer adoption, energy saving behaviors and most recently, demand response.

Learn how we got started.
Alliant Energy Uncovers up to 9% Savings Potential in “Always On” Load
Alliant Energy has partnered with Sense to evaluate how customers can identify energy hogs and reduce or shift energy use with the Sense Home Energy Monitor.

Read More
Optimizing homes with highest air conditioning energy usage could save 8% of all US residential electricity
Targeting the right customers for HVAC or weatherization upgrades could dramatically impact energy efficiency and carbon reduction goals for utilities.

Read More.
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Share Sense with your customers.

Today, the Sense app is available from both the Apple AppStore and Google Play and is ready to use as soon as a Sense monitor is installed. Customers can immediately discover what appliances and devices use the most energy, create goals and alerts to take control of costs, and explore other utility programs.
Utilities can also incorporate Sense data and insights directly into their web portals or mobile apps, as well as back-end operational systems such as CIS, DMS/ADMS and enterprise analytics platforms through Sense’s flexible APIs.
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IoT enabled meters.

Sense has partnered with Landis+Gyr to build our high-resolution processing directly into the new Revelo meter, eliminating the need to install additional hardware. Utilities deploying Revelo can harness Sense’s data and insights through Landis+Gyr’s Gridstream Connect®.

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