Whatever your stance on smart meters it is hard to argue that the intent is not honourable. They are supposed to allow people to control their use of energy, gas, and water, make decisions on which tariffs to use and have granular control over their costs.
Many Australians are interested in connected home services primarily for delivering and managing home security, energy and utility and health services.
Energy retailer AGL has released a free smartphone app which it says will give its 2.55 million residential customers greater visibility and control over their energy usage.
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