My OH on 6/6/19 from 8-9 pm has been scored but my graph is showing missing data for 6/3 and 6/4.
This has happened to me in the past when there was a gap in the data OhmConnect received from PG&E. When the missing data came in, the score was updated.
Missing data is the least of my worries, actually. SCE is reporting large usage numbers, even when my breakers are flipped. This mess isn't OhmConnect's fault, so I'm hoping SCE gets their act together soon. If my breakers are flipped and I'm still registering usage, whose electricity am I being charged for? Curious minds want to know.
Another -14 points for the 6/10 Mega OhmHour. Never mind that I flipped my breakers and used ZERO energy. Now I've also lost my streak. Even though this is SCE's fault, I have to wonder if OC will ever be able to make it all right when they do fix their numbers.
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I hope you all realize this company is a scam if you research it further. I have four TBDs, some that are now a month old. I contacted them numerous times, and always got the one line response "we will look into it". They never have. But something you all should know, is that when you lose points, you get charged through SDG&E. I have yet to see anyone profit from this company. The worst is that they have their marketing down- the articles they have posted that they list under is Ohm Connect a scam was done by the company itself.
@ktkelner - I'm sorry you had a bad experience, but I've definitely profited from participating in the program. OC strikes me as a small company that may sometimes have trouble following up on individual issues (partly because they're dependent on cooperation from the utilities), but I don't think they're out to intentionally scam you.