The price of electricity can vary from day to day and even by hour. Are you getting the best rates on your energy bill?
Spring clean your energy bill with this energy saving, Spring home maintenance checklist.
Take control of your energy costs with these tips and tricks.
Tips to avoid a sky-high energy bill while we Shelter In Place.
If you're not careful, the costs can add up in a BIG way.
Take a lesson from the queen of clean and tidy up your energy usage to pay less for power.
We’ve rounded up the absolute best ways to celebrate this year. (Psst - a few of them will even pay you!)
Why you need a smart thermostat (if you don’t already have one) and how IT can pay YOU for your energy
June 29, 2018
Thermostats that learn your habits, adjust accordingly and even participate in #OhmHours without you lifting a finger? Money. (Literally.)
Imagine seeing your energy usage in near real time and being able to make immediate changes to improve efficiency. That’s the power of Green Button.
April 25, 2018
‘Set it and forget it’ with smart home devices.
February 7, 2018
OhmConnect has partnered with Hive to give you 20% off a Smart Home Starter Pack.
Installing solar panels is a smart choice for lots of reasons, but there are some downsides associated with solar energy, too. Before investing in solar power, it’s important to consider both the pros and cons.
All you need to know is your SDG&E, SCE, SMUD, or PG&E login information and you’re set to go.
Here’s a quick roundup of the incentives available in California, and how to get the most bang for your home retrofit buck.
February 16, 2018
As the cost of lithium battery packs continues to decline, technologies like the Tesla Model 3, Nissan Leaf and Tesla Powerwall are setting up the power storage unit for major growth in the coming years. So just how does it work?
Wherever you decide to start, a small investment in some smart home technology will help you take the first step towards simplifying your home and your life – and you'll save more than just time.
1. Get paid up to $300 to turn off the lights. California, Texas and Toronto residents can earn up to $300/year (depending on your energy savings)