1000 smart meter customers set to track their energy use | Herald Sun

ELECTRICITY smart meter customers are being recruited for a year-long trial that will allow them to monitor and control their energy use.

Up to 1000 volunteers with a home broadband connection in electricity distributor SP AusNet’s network area will be issued with a wireless device, power boards and a display unit to track how much energy individual appliances are using.

Company spokesman Jonathon Geddes said the technology was designed to help households reduce their power consumption and save on bills.

via 1000 smart meter customers set to track their energy use | Herald Sun.

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2 Responses to 1000 smart meter customers set to track their energy use | Herald Sun

  1. jackV says:

    How about leaving a comment for the editor:
    http://www.heraldsun.com.au/opinion/letter
    I suggested a story on the growing resistance to smart meters as well as one on the independent research showing biological effects on the human body from wireless devices.

    They’ll probably ignore one suggestion but if they get 1/2 dozen maybe they’ll do something.
    I also provided a link to this site.

  2. Will SP Ausnet also be monitoring effects on heatlth, sleep etc ? Life isn’t all about economic costs

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