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Blue Line Innovations announces the EnergyCloud skill for Amazon Alexa

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OTTAWA, Aug. 13, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Blue Line Innovations, a leader in innovative home energy management is pleased to announce the release of the EnergyCloud skill for Amazon Alexa.

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Alexa is a cloud-based voice service from Amazon. Alexa is the brain behind Amazon Echo and other Alexa-enabled devices. Using Alexa is as simple as asking a question—just ask, and Alexa will respond instantly.

Making Energy Monitoring Easier – Using the EnergyCloud skill for Amazon Alexa enables users to easily and conveniently access their real-time electricity consumption status with simple phrases like "Alexa ask EnergyCloud how much electricity I'm using".  Combined with the simple and cost-effective Do-It-Yourself EnergyCloud hardware, consumers can now get convenient, real-time access to their electricity usage information rather than wait for their electricity bill to arrive.

According to Blue Line's President & CTO, Gerry O'Brien ….. "Our goal is to make energy monitoring as easy and convenient as possible and the key is to provide users with interfaces that are natural and that provide the important information they need quickly.  Our EnergyCloud skill for Amazon Alexa does just that.  Now, in just seconds, EnergyCloud users can keep informed about their electricity consumption and how much it is costing them."

Alexa users can find the EnergyCloud skill in the Skills section of the Alexa app.

About Blue Line Innovations;
Founded in 2004, Blue Line is a leader in innovative home energy management providing the best user engagement driven by real-time energy consumption information. With over 350,000 home installations across 100+ Utilities in North America, Blue Line is an established and proven provider of industry leading technology for home energy management.

Contact:

Steve Dodds
VP, Sales and Business Development
sdodds@bluelineinnovations.com
Mobile: (613) 583-4679

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