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Schneider Electric has announced new features and updates to its Wiser home management system, including new digital capabilities to its consumer and utility Web portals and expanded availability of its mobile app.

The Wiser system is "like cruise control for energy," the company says, providing a way to connect utilities and consumers and enabling homeowners to better control energy usage. Wiser provides visibility and control of household energy use, enabling homeowners to drive energy efficiency by reducing or shifting energy use during peak times.

Wiser's utility customer web portal, Wiser Home Management, and utility enterprise web portal, Wiser Utility Operations, are both powered by Calico Energy Services. The Wiser Utility Operations portal allows utility providers to manage home locations; view analytics and forecasting; manage internal users and communities; and generate reports.


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