Will energy meters reduce climate change or are they simply a political gimmick?

Will energy meters reduce climate change or are they simply a political gimmick?
Every home in the UK is to be fitted with a 'smart energy meter' to monitor power use and hopefully reduce bills.
Meters will help reduce climate change.
It's just a gimmick.

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