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Five Ways Sense Makes Your Home Safer

Sense is a great way to monitor your home’s electricity usage, but did you know that you can also use it to make your home safer? We combed through our favorite Sense features and stories to share our top 5...

How to Choose Your Next Dishwasher

Buying a dishwasher can be a confusing experience, especially if you aren’t sure of exactly what you want or need. It’s helpful to remember that a dishwasher is a long-term appliance that should last you about...

Ultimate Guide for Choosing the Most Efficient Home Appliances

Fall is one of the best times to get deals on appliances as next year’s models start to show up in retail stores. If you’ve been thinking about upgrading a washing machine or dishwasher, now’s the time to take...

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Five Ways Sense Makes Your Home Safer

Sense is a great way to monitor your home’s electricity usage, but did you know that you can also use it to make your home safer? We combed through our favorite Sense features and stories to share our top 5 safety tips that can give you peace of...

3 Steps to Reduce Your “Other” Bubble

Once you’ve completed getting started with Sense and have given it some time to learn your home, you can begin focusing on ways to gather more detailed insights about your home. After entering your Always On Estimates to get a better idea of the...

How to Clean Up Your Home’s Carbon Emissions

Sense has introduced an exciting, new feature in the Sense app that tells you when the electricity coming into your house is the cleanest (or dirtiest). You can use this new Carbon Intensity feature to minimize the carbon emissions of the...

Getting Ready for the Hottest Days of Summer

Is the hottest day of summer on the Fourth of July or Labor Day in your town? Knowing your hottest summer day helps you anticipate when your electricity bill could spike as your air conditioning works harder to keep things cool indoors. But the...

Is an Induction Stove in Your Future?

As homes evolve to eliminate high carbon fuels like natural gas, induction stoves are becoming a more attractive option. Because they use electricity, induction stoves can take advantage of low carbon energy sources, such as solar and wind. As...

The 15 Most Sustainable Cities In The US

Contributed by RocketHomes Given the devastating effects of global warming, we wanted to recognize the country’s most eco-friendly cities and take a minute to appreciate the initiatives they’ve implemented to reduce their carbon footprint. To...