PayGo Energy is currently piloting its gas cylinders’ smart meter and connected software with a plan to roll out the same early next year.
The company is looking to tap into the huge percentage of households who use charcoal and kerosene given the recent imposition of eight per cent levy on kerosene. The system measures the amount of gas that remains in the cylinder and predicts when it will run out.
For gas firms, the PayGo-technology enables tighter controls and monitoring of customer and assets which in turn allows their operations to be more efficient and generate more revenue per cylinder.
Full article: Business Daily