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Intel touts personal energy management

4/14/2010 03:00 AM EDT
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re: Intel touts personal energy management
t.alex   4/21/2010 9:31:16 AM
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It's quite interesting they can detect the unique electronic signature of each appliance just by simply turn on/off 3 times. There is no mention about what kinda sensors being used though.

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R_Colin_Johnson   4/16/2010 3:51:05 PM
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In my local town (Portland, Ore.) the local electric utility offered a personal energy management meter to customers for $50 and they sold out the first day! Ordinary people are desperate to find ways to get "green" and save a little money in the process. Look for an increase in energy management tools--both hardware and sotware--from multiple sources over the next few years. This is not a short-term fad.

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