Thursday, June 30, 2011

Google Announces Plans to Shut Down PowerMeter

Google has announced plans to shut down its PowerMeter and Google Health services as it has been unable to turn them into mass-market propositions, the company announced recently.

PowerMeter, which lets people monitor their energy contrast usage online, was available to users in the UK and the US. In a blog post by Google Health senior product manager Aaron Brown and Bill Weihl, Google’s ‘green energy czar’, the company said PowerMeter and Google Health “didn’t catch on the way we would have wanted”. However, they promised to help users of the services extract their data before shutdown.

Source: Energy Business daily
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