Ecocentric CEO Tim Bray speaks at CEDA event on energy innovation
CEDA invited Tim Bray to discuss how innovation in the energy sector will contribute to the security of supply.
Perth start-up Ecocentric has teamed with the CSIRO to create a system called "Numen", which monitors the efficiency of everything from your fridge to your tablet when it's plugged in. "Numen is a revolutionary device that is going to build a new understanding of the way we use energy," Tim Bray from Ecocentric told the ABC. Mr Bray said the Numen was the missing link in Australia's energy debate. He said the problem was most people have no idea how much energy they're using, so it's hard for them to become more efficient.
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