A Stuff website article.
Auckland lines company Vector and Amazon Web Services will create 30 jobs crunching data from Vector’s 1.6 million smart meters with the goal of offering customers “tailored” power pricing and deals.
Vector chief executive Simon Mackenzie said that the companies had formed a “global alliance” to create a “New Energy Platform”, initially for Vector’s customers in New Zealand and Australia.
It would use data from smart meters and “machine learning” to develop tailored products and pricing for customers based on their energy consumption habits, he said.
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