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WikiEnergy’s searchable online research database of free residential energy data includes the world’s largest database of original data on customer electricity use, electric vehicle charging and rooftop solar panel generation. The data is free for academic use, with commercial licenses available.
Pecan Street in Time Magazine
Catch up with WikiEnergy’s operator, Pecan Street Inc., in the latest issue of Time Magazine on shelves June 27. An online version of the article can be found here.
Interested in getting your own home measured?
Pecan Street has launched their Citizen Scientist initiative. More information can be found here.
Is South-Facing Solar Always the Best Option?
OUR LATEST REPORT suggests that west-facing solar should get more consideration for solar customers (and their utilities that are trying to shave peak demand). South-facing isn’t wrong, but perhaps it is not the only “right” orientation.
Also check out our previous report of summer HVAC energy use. Of the sample studied, air conditioning accounted for two-thirds of summer electric use and over 80% of discretionary electric use.
Wiki-Energy 1-Pagers are free, monthly reports of insights taken directly from WikiEnergy deep data, distilled for easy reading. WikiEnergy members also have access to the free residential energy data behind the reports. See the reports, or become a member.
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