EnergyHub is a software technology company that produces energy management tools. It offers a solution to manage distributed energy resources (DERs) at the grid edge. The company provides the Mercury DERMS platform and services, that enable utilities to deploy and manage portfolios of DERs. The platform lets consumers turn their smart thermostats, water heaters, and other products into virtual power plants.

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EnergyHub was founded in 2007 and is headquartered in NY, US

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Key People/Management at EnergyHub

Seth Frader-Thompson

Seth Frader-Thompson

Erika Diamond

Erika Diamond

VP, Customer Solutions
Chris Ashley

Chris Ashley

VP, Utility Sales
Seth Cousins

Seth Cousins

VP, Product
Matt Johnson

Matt Johnson

VP, Business Development
Max Whitney

Max Whitney

VP, Engineering
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EnergyHub Office Locations

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EnergyHub Financials and Metrics

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$33.1 m


In total, EnergyHub had raised $33.1 m. EnergyHub is a subsidiary of

EnergyHub Operating Metrics

Sep, 2019

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EnergyHub News and Updates

EnergyHub Blogs

EnergyHub and utility partners deliver massive, reliable multi-DER virtual power plants

Brooklyn, NY (January 12, 2022) — EnergyHub, the leading provider of distributed energy resource (DER) management solutions, today announced the conclusion of a successful year delivering grid services, including nearly 700,000 DERs connected to Energyhub’s Mercury DERMS platform, a rise…

Arizona Public Service announces goal of 100,000 devices in virtual power plant

Earlier this week, EnergyHub client Arizona Public Service publicly announced plans to enroll 100,000 thermostats in its Cool Rewards demand response program, supporting the utility’s clean energy goals.  APS has already enrolled over 52,000 connected thermostats in Cool Rewards, with th…

EnergyHub launches Marketplace API to enable DR pre-enrollment and drive DER growth

BROOKLYN, N.Y., May 13th, 2021: EnergyHub today announced a Marketplace API to integrate the Mercury DERMS platform with DER device retailers, enabling eligible consumers to enroll in DER programs and receive grid service incentives at the device point of sale. The new feature helps util…

EnergyHub leadership team adds experts in enterprise utility technology and EV management to expand grid-edge DERMS offerings

BROOKLYN, N.Y., March 31st, 2021: EnergyHub today announced the addition of two experienced industry leaders to the company’s executive team. Seth Cousins is joining as Vice President of Product, and Kevin Schwain as Senior Director of Electric Vehicle (EV) Strategy. The two bring unique…

EnergyHub Partners with Potomac Edison on EV Charging Station Program to Encourage Off-Peak Charging

BROOKLYN, N.Y., March 3rd, 2021: EnergyHub is providing incentive management and secure data collection capabilities for Potomac Edison’s EV Driven electric vehicle charging station program in Maryland. EnergyHub provides financial rewards for customer adoption of connected charging infr…

EnergyHub bolsters DERMS platform with Mercury Edge Connect, enabling utilities to integrate with any DER provider

BROOKLYN, N.Y., February 18, 2021: EnergyHub today announced the release of Mercury Edge Connect, a standardized integration framework for connecting DER providers with EnergyHub’s Mercury DERMS. Mercury Edge Connect allows utilities to manage devices from any DER provider to deliver gri…
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EnergyHub Frequently Asked Questions

  • When was EnergyHub founded?

    EnergyHub was founded in 2007.

  • Who are EnergyHub key executives?

    EnergyHub's key executives are Seth Frader-Thompson, Erika Diamond and Chris Ashley.

  • How many employees does EnergyHub have?

    EnergyHub has 79 employees.

  • Who are EnergyHub competitors?

    Competitors of EnergyHub include Wikipower, Vela Energy and Enel X.

  • Where are EnergyHub offices?

    EnergyHub has an office in.

  • How many offices does EnergyHub have?

    EnergyHub has 2 offices.