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Google Announces First Round of PowerMeter Partners

Most ecogeeks have been anxiously awaiting updates on Google's smart grid technology, the PowerMeter, which will allow homeowners to track and usefull link levitra no rx manage their energy use on their iGoogle homepage and, according to one Google employee who saved $3,000 in one year, significantly lower their energy bills.

Many other smaller companies have been developing energy management software too, but we all know that Google has a track record of being a game changer and their addition to the market could allow us to see a huge increase in smart meter users and, hopefully, major gains in home energy efficiency.

The company has announced which utilities and their lucky customers will be the first to try out the technology on a large scale. If your utility isn't on the list, Google plans to expand their roll out later this year. Here are the levitra cheap canada chosen eight:

  • Glasgow EPB
    Location: Glasgow, Kentucky
    Customers: 7,000
  • JEA
    Location: Northeast Florida
    Customers: 417,000
  • Reliance Energy
    Location: Mumbai, Delhi and Orrisa, India
    Customers: 6.8 million
  • San Diego Gas & Electric
    Location: San Diego County and Southern Orange County, California
    Customers: 1.4 million
  • Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited
    Location: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
    Customers: 684,000
  • TXU Energy
    Location: Texas
    Customers: 2.2 million
  • White River Valley Electric Cooperative
    Location: Christian, Douglas, Ozark, Stone and Taney Counties, Missouri
    Customers: 40,000
  • Wisconsin Public Service
    Location: Northeast and Central Wisconsin, adjacent corner of Upper Michigan
    Customers: 450,000

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$250/month?!?
written by bitman, May 22, 2009
"one Google employee who saved $3,000 in one year" - that's $250/month! What the heck was he powering? Grow lights for a pot farm? A 24hr electric kiln?
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written by Fred, June 30, 2009
good way to monitor wasted energy

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