Wednesday, June 24, 2009
Microsoft Hohm Released
Today, Microsoft announced Microsoft Hohm. That's Hohm as in H + OHM, the unit of measurement for electrical impedance.
Microsoft Hohm is a free web based application (running on the Windows Azure platform) that enables consumers to better understand their energy usage by utilizing advanced analytics licensed from the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory and the U.S. Department of Energy to provide home owners with personalized energy-saving recommendations.
The beta is now available to all residents in the United States with plans to roll out internationally over the next year and beyond.
Troy Batterberry joined me in the studio to walkthrough Microsoft Hohm and explain how the service can help you reduce your energy consumption, lower your carbon footprint and save some real money.
Sign up & more info: www.microsofthohm.com
Posted by Ali Mubshir at 11:40 AM