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AlertMe Energy electricity monitor
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AlertMe Energy electricity monitor

By 14 January 2010

You'll need two things to get the most out of this gadget. One is an insatiable thirst for burning fossil fuels. The other is a roomy electrical cabinet in your home. AlertMe Energy is a tool that clips to your meter and measures the amount of juice pumping... >>

PassivEnergy promises to cool your heating bill

PassivEnergy promises to cool your heating bill

By 6 January 2010

A new device that hopes to let you control the basic functions of how your house is heated is being shown off at CES in Las Vegas this week. Called PassivEnergy, the system allows you to monitor energy consumption as well as set the temperature in your... >>

British Gas and AlertMe announce smart home energy trials

British Gas and AlertMe announce smart home energy trials

By 20 July 2009

British Gas and AlertMe.com, a company that provides energy saving systems for homes, have announced an agreement that will see the two companies trial home energy management technologies with the aim to help British Gas customers "cut their energy consumption,... >>

AlertMe intros new "Starter Kit"

AlertMe intros new "Starter Kit"

By 14 July 2008

AlertMe has announced it has reduced the cost of its monthly subscription from £11.75 to £9.99 and has increased the number of included text messages from 20 to 50. The security company has also launched a new kit priced at £149 called the "Starter... >>

AlertMe home monitoring service
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AlertMe home monitoring service

By 13 June 2008

If you're afraid some nasty person might come into your house and walk away with all your gadgets, a company called AlertMe thinks it has the answer with a monitoring service that connects into your wireless network. We take a closer look. The concept... >>

AlertMe mobile phone home security solution launches

AlertMe mobile phone home security solution launches

By 28 January 2008

AlertMe, an intelligent home security and monitoring system that works via mobile phones and the Internet, has launched. AlertMe can be self-installed without the need for wires, drilling or waiting for workmen to turn up. It works through sensors and... >>


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