I have a fairly large house, and we are using a ton of energy. I’ve had Sense for a few years, but didn’t seriously try to figure out our loads until recently. I have put smart plugs on things like my desktop computer, air filters, and audio/home theater electronics. But my largest use is under “always on” in the Sense app. My “always on” is currently reading 1700 watts. In my most recent Sense monthly “Home Report” email, it listed Always On as 1826 watts, and my average wattage as 3438 watts. It says I am “higher than 98% of other similar sense users”. It used to say I was higher than 100% of other Sense users in Massachusetts (!).
Where is all the power going?? I have no idea. I’ve tried turning off refrigerators (we have 3), but they look to only be using 100 watts or so each.
Any suggestions as to how I can figure this out? It just seems like there’s some secret energy hogging piece of equipment hiding somewhere.