Google PowerMeter Tracks Electricity Usage

Google PowerMeter
Google PowerMeter
Google PowerMeter

Google’s web application PowerMeter teams up with device makers and electric companies to help you keep track of your energy consumption. Using a monitor kit that attaches to your electricity meter and transmits data via Wi-Fi, the web app will show you how much energy you use and what it’s costing you. Although the necessary devices will run you around $230, this nifty web app can save you some serious money.

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