Microsoft Hohm discontinued

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win7holic

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Microsoft Hohm has helped demonstrate the critical role of information in helping people and organizations improve how energy is generated, distributed and ultimately consumed. Microsoft will continue to focus on developing products, solutions and partnership that span a wide spectrum of industries, such as power generation, distribution grids, buildings and transportations systems.

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Ink

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I was like Microsoft what? :p

Never heard of this, won't miss it either. :lol:
 

Jack

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stormgtr said:
Never heard of this, won't miss it either. :lol:
Count me in also!:rolleyes: I had to go to their official site to see what it is. :p

What is Hohm?
Microsoft Hohm is a free online application that helps you save energy and money. With Hohm you can better understand your home energy usage, get recommendations to help conserve energy and start saving. As with any recommendation product, Microsoft Hohm will provide increasingly more accurate and relevant suggestions for energy conservation as our users contribute home energy input and feedback.

Hohm uses advanced analytics licensed from Lawrence Berkeley Labs and the Department of Energy, to give you personalized energy saving recommendations. These recommendations are tailored based on your specific household circumstances including home attributes and use of appliances and systems. You will also be able to compare your energy usage with that of others in your area.

Lets just say that I can understand why this service will "go dark" soon.
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jamescv7

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Me too since birth I didn't hear nor check Microsoft Hohm.
 

Dejan

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Never heard of this either, looks like some strange type of service/or whatever.
 

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endejan said:
Never heard of this either, looks like some strange type of service/or whatever.
I don't even know how to use this .... most likely I need to register...... :) ... and to be more correct I can't find any use for it:p
 
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