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GE Nucleus System Lowers Your Power Bill

January 8, 2011

The Nucleus system from General Electric piggybacks on the smart meters some utility companies are starting to implement (to the chagrin of some utility customers). The Nucleus is a single plug that slips into a power outlet and tracks power usage, peak prices and times, and combines the data so your dryer can be set to auto-start when energy is cheapest (for instance).

You can control the system via mobile app or PC, and the Nucleus will store 3 years worth of energy data, revealing trends in your usage and ways to save money and energy.

It’ll arrive in H2 of 2011, priced at $200.

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