Ali Kashani used to live in a miniature apartment but got huge heating bills. The offender turned out to be a broken heater inside the bedroom which was consuming approximately $50 / month worth of electricity. Kashani is now the CTO of the startup, Neurio, and he has discovered the flagship product of the startup and it is a gadget that can be plugged into a residential breaker panel and keeps an eye on electrical use. It is able to work in nearly all houses and apartments, providing you with a meticulous look at the amount of power that every one of your appliances as well as gadgets really consumes.
Making use of this product, Kashani observed a number of additional problems, an example being a stereo which was actually consuming electricity even while being switched off. This gadget has cut Kashani’s electric bill by 50 percent. However the company wants to do more than simply doing away with energy wasting appliances as well as gadgets.
Similar to IOTAS, Bidgely, & Habitat, Neurio is working on bringing the promise of a“smart home” to those not owning houses or are unable to reinstate their appliances with web/ internet connected versions.