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Home report - top users in area

Pelling
Community Member

"In April, you are in the top 30% of users in your area"

Can someone explain what this means?  Is it relating to hours of energy used?

Thanks

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JillG
Platinum Product Expert
Platinum Product Expert

My understanding is that you are in the top and doing better than 70% of users in your area. Good!

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JillG
Platinum Product Expert
Platinum Product Expert

Hi Pelling,

The report categorizes the amount of Leafs you earned and uses your area Nest users averages. So you'll get a Leaf when you choose an energy-efficient temperature. 

If you need any more info on the Leaf feature see this page: Learn about the Nest Leaf - Google Nest Help 

Hope that helps!

Jill

Pelling
Community Member

Thank you Jill.

I understand about the leafs awarded.  I just don't understand the middle panel.

If I am in the top 30 percent of users in my area, am I doing better than the other 70 percent,  or not so good?

JillG
Platinum Product Expert
Platinum Product Expert

My understanding is that you are in the top and doing better than 70% of users in your area. Good!

Ryan_G
Community Specialist
Community Specialist

Hi Pelling,

 

Thanks for reaching out here in the community.

 

I'd like to jump in here and check if you've seen JillG's response. You may reply to this thread if you have additional questions.

 

Thanks for helping us, JillG.

 

Best regards,

Ryan

greenmd
Community Member

I'd just like to add that I had the exact same question. It's not very clear. If I'm in the top x% in my area, does that mean I'm using the MOST energy on cooling/heating in my area?? That's what it would seem to be. It's worsened by the fact that the middle panel is grey (i.e. bad) whereas the ones next to it are green (i.e. good in this context).

 

So just to confirm, this means that I'm in the top 25% of area Nest users in terms of efficiency?? As in I'm using less energy than 75% of my neighbors?

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Pelling
Community Member

Exactly my query.  It is not clear as you have pointed out, as it is in grey.

I think 

greenmd
Community Member

I think your message was cut off.

 

Doesn't look like we'll get any more clarity from Nest support staff unfortunately.