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"No one says it better than Wiki.: Human error has been cited as a cause or contribut…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 25, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"GE seems to think electric meters are super-duper accurate! : Ask the Ge engineer  .…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 25, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"EPA says: http://www.epa.gov/iaq/homes/hip-addition.html . Re-size furnace with smal…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 18, 2012 to Are we setting ourselves up for a huge liability?

12 Jul 26, 2012
Reply by Michael Matthews

"Hmm, every house has its 'gremlins,' but maybe your clients have: A Hider in the Hou…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 17, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"You didn't mention what type of meter he has. Normally utility companies are happy t…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 13, 2012 to Utility Meter Accuracy

78 Nov 29, 2015
Reply by Dennis Heidner

"Nest lands a utility deal! : http://www.theverge.com/2012/6/25/3116435/nest-thermost…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 12, 2012 to The Nest Learning Thermostat - Good or Not So Much?

62 Aug 17, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"PECO/Exelon Philadelphia region: analog dial meter with remote reading sensor."

Tom DelConte replied Jul 9, 2012 to How does your utility use smart meter technology?

5 Aug 9, 2012
Reply by Rodney Fox

"i only paid 50 bucks for it 3 yr ago: http://www.titanicimports.com/store/luxpro-psp…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 8, 2012 to The Nest Learning Thermostat - Good or Not So Much?

62 Aug 17, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"most bang for $50 bucks: http://www.prothermostats.com/product.php?p=luxpro_psp722e&…"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 6, 2012 to The Nest Learning Thermostat - Good or Not So Much?

62 Aug 17, 2012
Reply by Bob Blanchette

"Yes!"

Tom DelConte replied Jul 3, 2012 to Over 2400 Members!

13 Aug 10, 2012
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