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Global VP and Internet of Things Evangelist for SAP. Previously independent analyst focusing on the Internet of Things, Energy and CleanTech, Analyst for RedMonk, leading their GreenMonk practice. Co-founder and director of hyper energy-efficient data center Cork Internet eXchange. Tom serves on the Advisory Boards of SmartCities World and RetailEverywhere.com.

2 responses to “Centrica’s Smart Meter Analytics application could make energy management compelling”

  1. RobertWilliams

    UTILITY INFORMATION NOT FOR CUSTOMERS.

    1. Information customers can access is NOT real time and it is NOT formatted for customer use so it does NOT assist customers to use less energy or lower their utility bills.

    2. The information assists the Utility Company to bill customers and shut off customer power remotely.

    3. The information will also be shared with corporations that will die for this information to know how to approach and sell products to each customer.

    4. The government will also have access to this information so that every move made in every home will be known and the government will be able to protect us from the dishonesty and corruption of our neighbors.

    5. High-tech home robbers (and high-tech child molesters) will also hack this information and know exactly your habits and when you are not home (and when your children are home).

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