Just experienced 2 "environmental OhmHour" this last week. New to me at least. I searched the forum and it seems as if its an experimental program and is touted as a no risk no reward program to help save when they are unable to offer rewards. I assumed that no risk no reward meant that participation was optional. Not so if you are on a streak! I did participate on the first hour and saved but chose not to participate in the second environmental hour. I went over and was informed that my streak of 66 participation events was at an end. Very disappointed to say the least. I feel that the least the ohmconnect folks could do is to make it clear in the environmental ohmhour notifications that there is in fact risk to those who are on streaks. I have an extensive home automation system but it is not compatible with ohmconnect i.e. they do not support Insteon devices. I do have an Ecobee thermostat which they do control but I am forced too trigger my "scenes" that control lighting, freezers, refers and pool pumps manually when a ohmhour is called. I have been more than diligent in participating and have saved over 63% on average. If the loss of my streak ultimately stands The incentives are such that my future participation is probably at an end. If you encounter one of these events beware that they are not "risk free".