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nest Self Learning Programmable Thermostat

The nest self learning programmable thermostat solves an interesting problem.  Programmable thermostats should be able to save lots of energy – but they are difficult to program.  Thermostats no longer have the energy star rating as the energy savings did not materialize ….

>>> nest programs itself around they way you live … analyzing when you adjusts the thermostat and using sensors to see if there are people in the house so it can determine when to lower the thermostat

“10% of all U.S. energy is controlled by thermostats. That’s the equivalent of 1.7 billion barrels of oil per year.” …  so there is a lot of money and energy at stake …


The YouTube video gives more information …


Via:  nest LINK

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