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The world of smart tech can have many of us furrowing and pulling on our frown lines with its complicated jargon and puzzling gadgets. But not the HubController. It’s called the Happy Hub because it can truly make you smile.


Another Irish company, Hub Controller promises a 10-minute install, and delivers a touchscreen heating control. The control unit has a large colour display that is very easy to use. A boost button provides a quick way to heat up the house quickly, and the schedule can be adjusted as and when you see fit.


If 2018 was a huge year for Tallaght energy company Hub Controls, this year promises to be even bigger, as they use significant investment from London and New York to fuel growth in the form of local jobs and revenue.


Irish smart home energy company Hub Controls is to create 50 jobs as it plans its expansion into the United States. The company is targeting sales of €10 million by the end of next year. That compares to revenue for this year that is understood to be closer to €500,000.


Dublin-based HUB Controls has become the first international winner of US-based clean tech competition 76West Clean Energy Competition, netting the firm $500,000 (€434,000).

In our Ones to Watch section, we highlight some of the top movers and shakers in Ireland. This week we feature Hub Controls.
Tallaght-based HUB Controls has been placed in a prestigious global list of the top three companies who have achieved outstanding innovation in the cleantech sector.
Founded in 2014, Hub Controls is a Tallght-based company making waves in the cleantech industry.
Utility bills are set to continue to increase year after year, yet the average homeowner won’t see a similar trajectory with their monthly income.
Tallaght start-up HUB Controls were the overall winner of the Irish Tech Awards.

Tech Tools: Smart home doesn’t have to be complicated.

A new smart thermostat has come to the market that aims to beat off competition from other remote heating controllers by offering more functionality and costing less.
Nov/Dec 2016
HVP speaks to Oliver Hynes from tech startup Hub about the company’s new Household Utility Bill Controller.
As part of our Europe Start-up 100 listings of companies to watch in 2017, here are 25 of the most intriguing IoT-oriented start-ups.
Energy Start-up Hub Controls is trialing its ‘smart thermostat’ with the City University of New York.
Irish & Lions rugby star, Sean O’Brien, talks life after rugby and his involvement with Hub Controls.

Dublin company Hub Controls is about to go to market with an innovative new smart home gadget which has been designed to help householders get better control over the amount they spend on heating bills.

HUB Controls features in the Sunday Business Post’s 100 hottest start-ups of 2016.
A Tallaght based company HUB Controls has been announced as a finalist in the manufacturing category of the Irish Times Innovation Awards 2016.
The Household Utility Bill (HUB) Controller is a smart thermostat like no other. Manufactured in Dublin, Ireland, The Hub Controller is set to launch this September.
To the vast majority of people, a kilowatt hour has about as much meaning as a kiwi fruit when it comes to their home energy usage. And cubic meters of gas aren’t a lot of help either.
Our start-up of the week is Hub Controls, creator of what it claims to be a first-of-its-kind household bills controller and the only smart thermostat that shows customers how much they are spending.