Monday, December 5, 2011

Consumers turn to smart-meter alternatives for energy management

The pricing of smart meters offered by utilities is making many consumers seek out alternative products for energy management and monitoring, Cassandra Sweet writes in The Wall Street Journal. This article surveys several products, including General Electric's Nucleus, which can now work without a smart meter, and the Nest Learning Thermostat.

Watch Your Energy

New monitoring gadgets may help reduce utility bills


  1. better information by you and energy meter mostly used for measurement electric current.

    Energy meter- actual reading of electric power