Save 26% on Energy Costs with Smart Metering
Onzo made news a few months ago after they secured 2 milion pounds sterling in financing by cooperating with the UK's Scottish and Southern Energy. SSE plans to find a marketing advantage by giving their customers an Onzo, helping customers to benefit from real-time feedback on energy use, which studies show results in savings of up to 26%. This will also help the energy utility better manage its grid and rely on conservation rather than investment to optimize power infrastructures.
Now, Onzo introduces a redesigned website, fit to be the face of the stylish, modern and sustainably designed Onzo intelligent energy management products. So Onzo invites everyone to stop by and take a look:
Welcome to our new site, developed by our development wizards Torchbox. We hope that the site's a bit like being in the studio: full of the buzz of designing decade-defining products and the excitement of inspiring ideas taking shape. And just like our studio there are some interesting conversations in the air - feel free to join in.
Onzo was in the middle of controversy for fighting UK government plans to distribute free clip-on energy meters to all households. Onzo's case: the cheaper clip-on meters lull people into accepting less than the best. So we believe that conversations at Onzo will reverberate with the excitement of finding the way forward into the energy efficient future we need to find.
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