"I think that the folks at Sense would be interested in this discussion. I subscribe to their newsletter which offers this email address:
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"For professionals making a single visit to the home, any device that requires installing CTs on a breaker panel won't help much in that short time frame, and can be time-consuming to get connected and delivering data.
What I hear from customers…"
This type of work is nearly useless in terms of gathering data about energy use. It may, however, be used to "enroll" people in trying to do something. VERY discouraging that this sort of thing is still happening.
Charlie Weschler sits down with Grace and Corbett and gives fascinating examples of the complexity of indoor air chemistry. He is an air quality legend, a professor on three continents, and a super nice guy.