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Links last updated 2017-05-24 15:19:05.

Black and Decker Power Monitor and energy products
http://www.blackanddecker.com/Energy/
Black and Decker rebrands and sells a remote meter, a combination of a device that attaches to a utility electric meter and sends radio signals to a battery-powered unit. You can carry the unit around the house, seeing how larger devices use energy. You should probably use another device like a WattsUp Pro to analyze smaller devices, and complicated devices like refrigerators and computers.
Criteria for evaluating green power vendors
http://massclimateaction.org/GreenPower.htm
Massachusetts Climate Action Network's page about buying "Green Power" in MA.
enertiv
http://www.enertiv.com
Enertiv's products enable organizations like schools and businesses to meter each circuit in a building to monitor and log electric energy use.
Game Console Energy Consumption
http://www.dxgaming.com/?p=6
Observation and analysis of power consumption by various gaming consoles, such as Playstation and Xbox.
MaineGreenPower.org
http://www.MaineGreenPower.org/
Massachusetts Technology Collaborative
http://www.masstech.org/
The Massachusetts Technology Collaborative maintains the Renewable Energy Trust, a fund generated by the ratepayers of MA for supporting economic revitalization through the industry of renewable energy.
MassSAVE
http://www.masssave.com/
Help for MA consumers interested in energy efficiency.
Saving Electricity
http://michaelbluejay.com/electricity/
An interactive guide to reducing home electricity use.
WattsUp Meters
http://wattsupmeters.com
Electricity meters into which you can plug any 120V device up to 1800W. Models retain data, some allowing you to download data to computer, some showing data in realtime, via USB cable, with extra software.

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