In recent years, advanced technology is increasing rapidly, especially in the field of smart grids. A home energy management systems are implemented in homes for scheduling of power for cost minimization. In this paper, for management of home energy we propose a meta-heuristic technique which is hybrid of existing techniques enhanced differential evolution (EDE) and earthworm optimization algorithm (EWA) and it is named as earthworm EWA (EEDE). Simulations show that EWA performed better in term of reducing cost and EDE performed better in reducing peak to average ratio (PAR). However proposed scheme outperformed in terms of both cost and PAR. For evaluating the performance of proposed technique a home energy system proposed by us. In our work we are considering a single home, consists of many appliances. Appliances are categorized into two groups: Inter-ruptible and un-interruptible. Simulations and results show that both algorithms performed well in terms of reducing costs and PAR. We also measured waiting time to find out user comfort and energy consumption.