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Electric Ireland energy monitor hands power to the customer

Plans to roll out a full service nationwide in the autumn

Emmet Ryan

Technology Correspondent

@emmetjryan
17th January, 2016
Alastair Blair, Country Managing Director for Accenture in Ireland and Paul Stapleton, General Manager, Electric Ireland

Electric Ireland is investing €1.5 million in installing internet of things (IoT) technology across 600 homes as part of a pilot project with Accenture.

The project is designed to gather data on connected devices in the home. There is a plan to roll out a full service nationwide in the autumn.

The connected home project will examine how users monitor their energy usage to help Electric Ireland plan for its full release. Users can track how...

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