Curb aims to help our customers change the way they relate to energy, and more specifically, the ways in which they use energy. Using a curb, like CURB, gives customers a window into the heart of their home, by creating opportunities to see where energy is being used and by which appliances.
A big part of the work at CURB is empowering our customers to be more energy literate. Learning more about energy — where it comes from, how it’s used, calculated, and affects daily life — is energy literacy. Becoming energy literate helps you achieve lower energy bills, and ensures more efficient habits in the long term.
CURB is working on small data insights to help customers become more energy literate, and find the best ways to conserve energy at home. While enabling CURB customers to be more energy efficient, save money, and increase safety in their homes, we also wanted to share some immediate and easy tips to save money and energy.big data, CES, CES2017, Consumer Electronics Show, CTA, energy efficiency, energy literacy, energy monitoring, energy savings, home security, IoT, save money, small data, solar