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An energy ’death spiral’ could result in electricity prices skyrocketing as more consumers go ‘off-grid’

AN ENERGY “death spiral” could result in electricity prices skyrocketing further as some customers tear up large bills in favour of using their own solar and battery power. 261 more words

Smart Meter

Utilities stand in the way of money-saving pricing plans

If there was a program that could reduce demand on the power grid AND lower your electric bills AND cut harmful pollution, you would think that was a… 180 more words

Electric Bills

Which meter do you trust?

Back in the good old days, before smart meters, before the privatisation of the Victorian Electrical system, there was the state government owned State Electricity Commission of Victoria.  452 more words

Bills Soar

Italy confirms AEM as primary supplier of smart gas meters

In Europe, AEM, a Romanian manufacturer of energy meters, has been selected as the primary supplier for smart gas meters in the Italian market.

AEM, which has already supplied Italy’s primary gas distributor 2i Rete Gas with more than 50,000 smart gas meters, has secured two further tender agreements with the company to provide an additional 100,000 units. 261 more words


The Future of Transportation:  Using Less of It

It seems that one could add the suffix “genic” to any noun form, to create an adjective meaning that a certain thing is made or caused by a particular source.   109 more words

Smart Grid

Our Website is Live!

Our new website is live! We have worked hard to create a more user-friendly experience for our customers and those interested in our software. We have also included some awesome new features like the ability to request a training or demo of our software, new social media capabilities, and shareable content. 15 more words


Utility of the Future: or What to Think When Everyone Says Your World is Turning Upside Down

As the red-eye jet made its way toward the airport with dawn breaking, street lights still on and house lights coming on, I watched first the farms with long roads, then the small clusters of towns, then the vast suburban outreach of Washington, DC. 789 more words

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