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Smart meters enable electric utilities to give their residential customers the ability to perform fairly deep dives on their energy usage.

Entergy Arkansas is taking advantage of that to offer its customers an energy-usage dashboard called MyAdvisor, which they can access on its website or through a smart phone app.

The company said about 85% of its customers currently have smart meters and it's finishing its smart meter deployment this year, so the vast majority of its customers will be able to use the dashboard. It will be interesting to see how many do.


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