Thank you to all who participated in the Sunnyvale Green@Home program! Keep up the good work, now with HomeIntel.
You helped make Sunnyvale more sustainable by signing up for your free online home energy audit. The tips you received helped you lower your carbon emissions and save money on your energy bills.
As of July 1, 2018, your account continues with the support of the HomeIntel program. If you are a current Sunnyvale Green@Home account holder, you will still get the same great energy information and friendly professional service as before. Over the summer, the branding on the emails you receive and on your online Home Energy Profile will be changing to the HomeIntel logo and branding. Other than that, nothing else will change. You will still get:
• Personalized recommendations on how to cut energy waste and lower your bills
• Regular email feedback on your energy-saving progress
• A secure “dashboard” to monitor your energy use
• Support from a Home Energy Advisor
If you don't yet have a Smart Audit online account, join the HomeIntel program at homeintel.hea.com All residents with a PG&E SmartMeter (except those with solar panels) are eligible to participate.
What People are Saying about Green@Home:
"We didn't realize how much electricity our big-screen plasma TV consumes! We replaced it with an ENERGY STAR certified TV and now we are saving $100 - $140 each year!” - The Rao Family, Sunnyvale residents
"I replaced 7 halogen floodlights in our family room with LED floodlights and am saving $170 per year." - Doug K., Sunnyvale resident
"I added a smart remote control to the recirculation pump: Hey Google, turn warm water on!" - Ullas, Sunnyvale resident
"I think it's great that the city is concerned about saving energy and thus reducing our green house gas emissions" - Frank, Sunnyvale resident
Take a Bite Out Of Your Home Energy Bills
These short, informative videos will help you save money!
The City of Sunnyvale offers Acterra’s Green@Home program free of charge to all city residents based on a grant from Silicon Valley Energy Watch. Acterra is a non-profit organization and works with Home Energy Analytics (HEA), a Silicon Valley based software analytics firm. All your data will be handled on a secure server and it is not visible to City of Sunnyvale staff.