That being said, Powershop seem like pretty good chaps with great customer service. I am surprised more geekzoners aren't with them.
Figures dont stack up or I would switch to them based on their proactive customer service.
I would have to be under $250 a month to have powershop start to be approaching saving money, Not interested in playing games chasing specials on facebook etc for what ends up being a day or 2's worth of power at a 10-15% saving.
The problem with reading the flashing LED on them is that if you have 2 feeds like I do then you cant differentiate them.
I am quite p**ed with the smart meter install. I used to have 2 meters, one on a 63A breaker for the house and a second on a 30A fuse for the shed. Now I have both on the 63A with it then going thru the 30A fuse for the shed. Not an issue now as I have only 1 flatmate in the house. When I complained I was told that it was never supposed to have been installed the way that it was with the 2 separate meters with separate circuit protection.
Anyway, the reason for the seperate meters was that the shed is a business expense, so now to read it I have to open the meterbox up and push the button on the meter several times to get to the other register as all I get out of genesis online is a total for both of them, which is now split into day and night rate as they claim that is a better plan for me.