GE Tools Make Dumb Appliances Smart for Energy Management

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GE Tools Make Dumb Appliances Smart for Energy Management

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.@GeneralElectric tools make 'dumb' appliances 'smart' for energy management http://3bl.me/f6qn4f says @GreenBiz
Wednesday, March 21, 2012 - 6:00pm

CAMPAIGN: Energy at GE

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For all the talk about the energy-saving promise of smart meters, which allow two-way energy data communication between ratepayers and their utility providers, it’s still just mostly potential. In hopes of getting more consumers engaged in tracking and managing their home energy use, GE this week announced a raft of new products, launched under GE’s Brillion home-energy-management-system brand.

The new products build on a device called the Nucleus, a home energy management device. When GE launched the Nucleus in mid-2010, it anticipated that consumers would use the device to collect, save and relay cost and energy-use data from their smart meters to the Internet. (The Nucleus does this communication via a set of ZigBee and WiFi radios.)

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Keywords: Energy | Environment | GE | Innovation | Innovation & Technology | Responsible Production & Consumption | energy management | smart energy | tools

CAMPAIGN: Energy at GE

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