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Research Article Open Access
Electricity is both invisible and intangible. We can see, feel, hear and even smell its effects, but we cannot really perceive it. As the effects of electricity (light, heat, gas.co2 and so on) often are taken for granted in our domestic homes today, electricity becomes even more invisible. In order to support increased awareness in the area of consumer energy consumption, on a large scale in society as well as on the mundane level of the home, it is crucial that people learn about different amounts of energy used by the electric products in their everyday life. If this awareness is increased, people might gain control over their own local relationship to this invisible global resource. Ultimately this will lead them to question their energy behaviours. Real-time information feedback delivered via technology has been reported to produce up to 20 percent declines in residential energy consumption. There are however large differences in the estimates of the effect of real-time feedback technologies on energy use. Improved feedback on electricity consumption may provide a tool for customers to better control their consumption and ultimately save energy.
ARM controller, Gas sensor, Temperature sensor, GSM, Electrical Resistance