Check out the top 5 apps consumers are using the monitor and modify their energy consumption. Incentives range from a fun way to save money to actual cash prices. One energy supplier in the UK is using mobile games via energy apps to incentivize households to reduce consumption during peak times. The data will also be used to forecast the increased consumption from charging electric vehicles. One apps sends alerts during times of over-supply to encourage families to use electricity outside of peak times. One of the apps links consumers to their utility account so they can keep track of the money they have saved by applying suggested energy savers.
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