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Home Carbon Challenge is the first Facebook application that can help to manage your real energy consumption.

By adding this free application, you will be able to review your carbon footprint and compare it with friends and local community. You can start green challenge campaign with any friends and compete for the lowest CO2 emission. There is a general ranking list, with charts to analyze your footprints and map to locate your friends.

HCC challenge

HCC energy consumption analysis

 

There are even tailored suggestions for you to improve daily energy efficiency at home. After selecting certain actions, you can see how your CO2 emissions and ranking in the challenge would change.

HCC suggestions

Do you have a smart meter at home? Do you want to see your real time energy consumption data online, share it with your friends on Facebook, and receive tailored suggestions to improve your energy efficiency? Do you want to be the first to try our newest SAP sustainability application?

If so, you are very welcome to join us!

Please find our application at http://apps.facebook.com/homecarbon

Details about how to integrate your meter data would be posted soon.

You can also contact us through xingxin.liu@sap.com or comments on this blog.

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  1. Marilyn Pratt
    Blog is good continuation of the contents provided by John Astil and Jim Spath.  So who out there has a smart meter at home?  Sounds like an opportunity to make a small and positive investment in one.  It would be good to see more details about recommendation in setting that up.  I believe we discussed previously but perhaps technology suggestions have evolved.
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    1. John Astill
      Hi Marlyn,

      Thanks for the comment. I will be posting a blog later today with instructions on how to integrate a home metering solution into the Home Carbon Challenge.

      There are more and more examples of home metering showing up. Home owners with tweeting homes have shown up on the BBC and other news agencies.

      Regards
      John

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