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  • Smartening up to cut down energy bills
  • Smartening up to cut down energy bills
    Svein Halvor Halvorsen (2008) ©
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Smartening up to cut down energy bills

New generation gas and electricity meters are helping people keep track of how much energy they’re using, and those that already have them think everyone should get involved. New research shows that people with a smart meter are most likely to recommend it their nearest and dearest.

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