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Latest home energy monitoring at African Utility Week

The Cape Town
International Convention
Centre, where African
Utility Week opens
Cape Town, South Africa — ESI-AFRICA.COM — 14 March 2011 – Current Cost “’ the leading global provider of In-Home Energy Displays “’ will be showing its low-cost home energy monitoring and Web Smart technology at the African Utility Week, which opens Tuesday in the Cape Town International Convention Centre.

The company is exhibiting home energy monitoring solutions with 100% accuracy, showing how the company’s low-cost technology can be used to monitor water, electricity and gas remotely. While also providing individual home appliance energy-monitoring, the company’s EnviR monitors are designed to help home-owners pinpoint those appliances that are wasting energy, enabling them to make further home energy savings.

In addition, Current Cost will also be demonstrating how its new technology can post live energy data direct to a personal online dashboard. With options available to use mobile applications, as well as set up real-time alerts, the full range of technology will be on show.

“We are really excited about attending African Utility Week and showcasing our new technology,” says Current Cost managing director, Martin Dix. “The ability to offer a low cost, 100% accurate home energy monitoring system has been a key focus for us. Coupled with innovative technology which can alert customers about alarms or sensors triggered in the home, Current Cost products really provide the complete home monitoring solution.”