Could smart meters trigger emergence of the 'Netflix of energy'?

James Murray
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Could smart meters trigger emergence of the 'Netflix of energy'?

New survey suggests smart meter users are more likely to consider purchasing energy as part of a 'lifestyle service'

Could energy one day be given the Netflix or Spotify treatment? Could a commoditised, utility service be revolutionised in the eyes of consumers and become a 'lifestyle service, enabled by clean energy...

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