You bet @JDRoberts!
@mvevitsis, everything I have is pretty much all Zigbee (I lost track, but ~250), and all those devices are very chatty. I’ve never had any mesh issues at all, and performance is stellar!
I primarily use GE devices, like their Zigbee 1.2 in-wall switches, dimmers, and plug-in wall outlets (or plugs). Their zigbee 1.2 product line does current power reporting in watts, but not total usage (kWh). Total usage could easily be figured out/done in a DTH, but you’d have a cloud based dth vs. local. The ST/Iris plugs don’t either as far as I can recall. BTW, I have these GE plugs on all my appliances in the house.
For some reason, the new Zigbee 3.0 GE/Jasco devices don’t do power or energy reporting, but I hear that their newer devices will have power reporting again.
Some other plugs that have energy reporting along with power reporting are Sengled outlets, specifically model E1C-NB7). Innr may also have some too, but I don’t think so.
SmartenIT also has stuff, but I’ve had terrible experience with their ZBMLC15 device. I can’t speak about their plug though:
The GE plugs are bigger than the ST one, but I like their form factor because the plugs are on the side vs. the front like on the ST and Sengled and Innr plugs. That’s super handy for behind a couch or refrigerator. The new GE/Jaso plugs are also dual controlled, but again, no power reporting yet.
Hope that info help you out some!