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‍May 22, 2023 - Phoenix, Arizona - Elevation, a fully integrated residential energy solutions company, today announced the launch of the Curb M10 energy monitoring platform to better support energy efficiency for homeowners

July 11, 2022 0 Comments

When most homeowners think about ways to start saving energy, they tend to first focus on upgrading their home, appliances and HVAC systems. This makes sense: cumulatively, these improvements can drastically cut down

March 9, 2022 0 Comments

Using the least amount of energy to get the most amount accomplished is the very definition of efficiency. And it’s what we strive for in nearly every aspect of our lives, whether it’s

March 2, 2022 0 Comments

Each year, the U.S. Energy Information Administration tracks current levels of energy use across various sectors — residential, commercial, industrial — and in all regions of the United States in order to compile

February 22, 2022 0 Comments

The right smart home technology can help you save money and gain energy independence, but with so many smart home products out there, it can be overwhelming to find out what is right

February 8, 2022 0 Comments

Dealing with a clanking dryer? Looking the other way at a leaky dishwasher? What about a fridge that doesn’t seem to keep foods as cold as it once did? When it comes to

January 27, 2022 0 Comments

We know that the choices we make every day impact the environment. We’re witnessing the negative effects of this on a global scale. But what about the positive effects of our choices? What

January 25, 2022 0 Comments

Sure, there are major home overhauls that you can tackle to help reduce energy usage. For one, you can add solar panels to your roof; for another, you can upgrade all your appliances

January 17, 2022 0 Comments

The less energy your home consumes, the more efficient it becomes — and the more money you’ll save on your electricity bill. But how to find out if your house is functioning at

January 10, 2022 0 Comments

Traditional thermostats that require programming are only as good as their user (read: you!). Smart thermostats, however, rely on sophisticated technology that allows them to do everything from automatically regulating temperature based on

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