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ADT, a provider of electronic security and home and business monitoring services, and Southern California Edison (SCE) are offering SCE customers energy management and reporting capabilities through ADT Pulse.

By connecting the ADTPulse interactive home management platform with SCE customers' Edison SmartConnect meters, ADT says customers will be able to access  home energy consumption data, historical energy usage information, daily energy bill estimates and energy savings alerts.

"SCE is always looking for innovative solutions that make it easier for customers to manage their energy,” says Erwin Furukawa, senior vice president of customer service at SCE. “In a more connected world, there is a greater need for collaboration to deliver additional value to customers. Edison SmartConnect meters and ADT Pulse allow people to more easily manage their lives.”




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