Saturday, June 30, 2012

Is A Smart Thermostat

  • Nest introduced its smart thermostat in October of last year only to find that there was greater initial demand for its product than originally thought. It has taken months for supply to catch up.
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  • The Nest, everyones favorite smart thermostat, has just gotten what looks like its first utilities deal.
  • (The Verge)
  • The dog days of summer are upon us, and along with all that fun in the sun comes another somewhat less plesant side effect; Inflated electricity bills.
  • (Earth 911)
  • Nest Labs has won over Apple, home improvement giant Lowe's and investors with its sleekly designed thermostat loaded with intelligent features that allow it to learn.
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  • The Nest Learning Thermostat(TM) learns about the customers lifestyle Connected: Nest Mobile and Web Apps allow the customer to control Nest from anywhere using a smart phone, tablet or laptop.
  • (Businessweek)
  • "Most homeowners are paying more money on their energy bill for less thermostat functionality," said WarmlyYours President/Owner Julia Billen.
  • (PRWeb)
  • Here are some tips to help you beat the heat in your home: 1) Set it smart: Keep the thermostat at 78 degrees or higher in the summer to save a little cash.
  • (KWWL)
  • Homeowners can also save money by… Installing a programmable thermostat. This "smart thermostat" can turn on the air conditioner to the desired set point one hour before you arrive, avoiding the need to run the system all day.
  • (YAHOO!)
  • Start with making your heating and cooling systems more efficient. So-called smart thermostats now are available and are easy to use. The Nest thermostat is one such device that actually learns from your familys behavior.
  • (Toledo Blade)

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