Metering Europe: Breakthrough in the home energy management in Copenhagen/Amsterdam, September 23, 2008 the Z-Wave home control standard expands its reach: advanced energy control framework (AEC), the manufacturer of Zensys announces a new solution for advanced energy management. With this, homeowners have an overview of the energy consumption of their appliances and are thus capable of autonomously effective decisions to reduce. The Z-Wave AEC integrates functions such as smart metering, home control, consumer notification and automated load shedding. In this way, it enables real-time management and helps to reduce the energy consumption and the cost and at the same time to gain an active control over all gas-consuming appliances. Zensys launches the AEC on the metering Europe in Amsterdam from September 22 to 24 at the booth J15. The Z-Wave advanced energy control framework is a breakthrough in home energy management\”, explains mark Walters, Chairman of the Z-Wave Alliance. It is the way homeowners type active to monitor their maintenance costs, save energy and money, while to reduce CO2 and greenhouse gas emissions.

Utilities already play with the idea of using smart metering the electricity and heating bills based on the most up-to-date usage dynamically to make. With the AEC, we are able to instantly display changes the consumer, so that this can make direct decisions thanks to this information its current consumption concerning. Z-Wave and AEC provide the power to save and to preserve the environment homeowners.\” Transparency and control reduce energy costs most consumers get a maximum monthly if not even just half or most of the year a statement which gives them information about their energy consumption. It is possible to see the current status at any time and from any location E.g. to identify in which time consumes the most resources and to regulate these needs with Z-waves AEC. Homeowners can furthermore also flexibly on different settlement types respond, minimizing such as billing service life or tariff periods, and the consumption at peak times.