Access to smart meters is not a problem for Danish electricity consumers seeking to use power in off-hours to cut money from their electricity bills.
With 1.7 million remote smart meters already installed and a further 1 million on the way in Dong's grid supplier in Copenhagen and the Danish region of North Sealand, Danish electricity consumers are able to take advantage of a smart meter system which bills energy on an hourly basis, meaning they can save money by doing their washing late at night or baking on a windy day when the grid is full of wind power. The model not only saves consumers money, but also means their electricity usage is more environmentally friendly.
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