SiteSage for Homes

SiteSage for Homes energy costs

How did you use energy last month?

You can’t manage what you don’t measure. This is especially true of energy – the only thing you buy that you don’t know the cost of until after you’ve used it, and have no idea what you used it for.

SiteSage for Homes

Find out in real time how your appliances are operating

SiteSage lets you know exactly how much energy you are using in every part of your home. It alerts you if appliances are on when they shouldn’t be, off when they should be on, or not behaving properly. It provides advice about ways to save energy based on exactly what appliances are in your home and how they are being used. And, it even can control thermostats remotely from mobile devices.

Residential users have reported energy savings as high as 30%.

SiteSage for Homes:

Starts with real-time monitoring at the right level: up to every circuit in the home

Continues with targeted suggestions for reducing energy use and leveraging renewable energy

Enables you to control thermostats remotely to maximize comfort while reducing costs

Adds alerts about appliance performance, unusual usage, overloaded circuits, energy usage to-date and more

Monitors solar PV and provides alerts if the system is not generating the expected level of energy

Provides you the ability to see how your actions impact your carbon footprint – and how you compare with others

SiteSage for Homes is only available for homes in North America, Central America, and the Caribbean.

SiteSage for Homes is available for purchase through the following authorized resellers as well as a set of regional SiteSage channel partners:

Customer Review

"I was amazed to find that the furnace circuit accounted for 40% of my electricity usage. It turns out, I had inadvertently turned on the humidifier which is attached to the furnace, and it was sucking up energy like crazy. Now that the problem has been diagnosed and fixed, I am probably going to knock $70 off my bill for next month! Without [SiteSage], who knows how long it would have taken me to diagnose and correct the problem."