OPower raises $50 million, but there is no quick fix in home energy management

Home energy management (HEM) companies are a dime a dozen, while the global market size is merely $50 million in 2010. Due to a lack of hardware complexity, home energy management companies can sprout up overnight with minimal overhead and brief software development times. Therefore, capital, a few ...

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