When today´s energy price has one dip generating a substantially lower mean price for the day, then the automation for turing switch on/off is usually off all day.
Using this to control hot water results in the water not being heated, and that again gives high probability of running out of hot water.
I´d like to see a functionality for overriding the automation after x hours of off status and another y hours of overriding on status regardless of enegryprice
Or even better, an algorithm checking the user´s consumption compared to weather and controlling the switch on more triggers than just the daily energy average price.