Ahiko: an AI-native startup taking on household energy bills

Ahiko: an AI-native startup taking on household energy bills
Ahiko uses artificial intelligence to do the work of a team of engineers with just two people. (Image: Getty)
Ben Moore
As efforts to reduce energy consumption have become more in vogue for the good of both the environment and the bottom line, there has been a proliferation of businesses that will help other businesses achieve that goal.Now, Ahiko, a startup founded by two New Zealand tech workers, is out to extend that same courtesy to consumers by providing a platform for the detailed analysis of a household’s usage data, saving them an average of $500 a year. The company was founded last year by Stephen Dewar, a senior engineer at Xero, and Ph...

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