Get Plugged in to the Future of Smart Energy Meters

Due to a number of recent events around the world, energy prices are on the rise in a big way. In the United States, the U.S. Energy Information Administration reported that the average price for residential electricity rose by 8% in 2022. That is a bitter pill for consumers to swallow, but on the world stage, it is a relative drop in the bucket. In much of Europe, for example, prices for oil have risen up to 60%, and natural gas is up as much as 400%. For many, price increases of this magnitude are more than just an inconvenience, and may cause serious problems as winter sets in.

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