Hi, everyone. My wife and I finished building a home about a month ago and have been moved in since December 20th (well, I'm still doing finish work, but we're in ). A little background about the home. We're in Northcentral PA, 3100 sq.ft single story with full walkout basement (unfinished). ICF basement, 9' ceilings basement and main floor, with a 15' family room ceiling. Lots of glass, but south facing (we're at 1000 ft elevation on top of a ridge). We did NuWool damp spray cellulose in the walls (2x6), with r49 sprayed in the ceilings (raised heel trusses). We also did R10 foam under our basement slab. We're running a WF 5 series with 3 vertical wells. 3 Zones (basement, main floor, and master suite). We are ALL electric (heating, cooking, washer/dryer), but did upgrade to a heat pump water heater. Anyways, the system keeps the house comfortable, so no problems there. I have been monitoring our energy usage on the Intellizone 2 since we moved in, and it seems like we're averaging about 28kwh/day, with average temps for the month being 35 (we're having a relatively mild January for here, but have had a few stretches in the low teens almost single digits). That seems acceptable to me (we have the main zone at 68, ensuite at 67, and basement is off since it stays 65-66 no matter what with no heat down there). My problem is that when I compare the usage (daily and monthly) on my thermostat compared to my usage on my suppliers website (PPL), it seems like I'm using about 55-60kwh a day. Now, I know that obviously I will have other things using energy throughout the day, but I REALLY thought the heat pump would be the bulk of my energy usage each day. As of right now, it seems my heat pump is accounting for about half of my daily energy usage. The only other energy hogs that we have would be our hot tub (I have that set a 59 and we're not really using it), and two freezers...one upright and one chest. I doubt those items along with regular usage during the day is accounting for that much usage. This is all a long winded way of asking...is the energy usage reported on the Intellizone 2 accurate? If not, is it reasonable to expect my system is using much more than is being reported? If so, doesn't this seem a bit high given the relatively tight building envelope and conservative set point? If it IS accurate, I really need to figure out what is eating up the other half of my daily usage. Thanks in advance!