The technology specialist has formed a number of new partnerships with firms including the smart-home technology specialist Telepure, the embedded wireless solutions specialist Radiocrafts, the oil sensor specialist Kingspan and the European Machine-to-Machine communication firm, Maingate.
In future, Current Cost believes that the additional capabilities these partnerships bring will enable it to fully-exploit the advanced functionality of its new EnviRS and other low-cost energy monitoring devices to allow multiple utilities such as gas, oil and water to be monitored.
“This is an exciting time for the business as we continue to pioneer new, next-generation home energy technologies which are of real practical benefit for householders,”
“We now have over 1.8 million users worldwide and, in future, we anticipate that our strong global partner network will continue to grow and further expand our international reach. We are looking forward to meeting with new and existing partners at this year’s Metering Europe event to discuss exciting future opportunities.”
The home-energy monitoring specialist will also showcase its range of technologies at the show, including IAMs (Individual Appliance Monitors). The newly-available plug-in technology works in conjunction with Current Cost home energy monitors, enabling users to accurately track the cost of running any household appliance with a standard three pin plug.
Other new technologies on show at Metering Europe 2011 include Current Cost’s EnviRS monitor which utilises some of it´s 30 channels to monitor multi utilities, the enhanced features on the Current Cost web dashboard and the latest additions to the NetSmart product range.
Metering Billing/CRM Europe 2011 Facts
• The event will take place on 4 - 6 October at the Rai Convention Centre in Amsterdam
• Show-sponsor Current Cost is supporting the massage area and will welcome visitors at stand F76
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Current Cost Ltd was founded in 2006 and is the world´s leading manufacturer of home energy monitors, with over 1.8 million monitor installed to date. The company continues to lead the market in innovative energy monitor design and was the first manufacturer to supply energy monitors to the Top Six UK energy companies. Current Cost´s C2 proprietary technology is found in all the company’s range of devices and facilitates interoperability between displays, meters and Individual Appliance Monitors. The information captured by Current Cost monitors can be viewed on a web dashboard of choice so that utility companies, households and other organisation can track improvement in energy efficiency while reducing energy wastage. For further information, visit www.currentcostgroup.com.