Whirlpool scoops stimulus money for 'smart' dryers

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Appliance firm announces it wants all its products to be smart grid-enabled by 2015

White Goods giant Whirlpool announced last week that it has been awarded US$19.3m in stimulus funding by the US government to help it build smart grid-enabled appliances capable of turning themselves off...

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