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Wood, Janet
May 2006
Utility Week;5/12/2006, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p14
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The article focuses on British consumers' awareness of energy efficiency. According to the Buildings Research Establishment, British households could save energy and cash of £300 per year if they were more energy efficient and could reduce carbon dioxide emissions in the process. Smart meters will allow consumers to monitor their bills in real time. Consumers should be allowed to offer the energy saving function to the energy companies in exchange for lower tariffs.


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