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  Reply # 485984 26-Jun-2011 11:05
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freitasm: The thing about CurrentCost is the integration with Google PowerMeter... Other devices don't have it, and your data is as good as your PC is ok.


Reading Engadget this morning I notice PowerMeter is being 'retired' by Google soon. :(




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  Reply # 485996 26-Jun-2011 11:27
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Current Cost run their own service at my.currentcost.com

Google stopped any investment in new functionality for power meter a while ago.

Microsoft Hohm is still going. Don't know if it is open to NZ yet. Good opportunity for them.




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  Reply # 485999 26-Jun-2011 11:30
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Yes, I am just keep using my.currentcost.com anyway. Looking there a couple of days ago I noticed a lot of new applications (cloud and PC based) to control and monitor your usage, using their API.




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  Reply # 487182 28-Jun-2011 22:16
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You can get an Owl electricity monitor from Trademe at the moment for $119. These are pretty popular in the UK.

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