Nest is secretive about its future plans—but the company isn’t shy about being in constant learning mode.
Boston officials hope that by mandating disclosure, building owners will be more likely to participate in local energy efficiency programs.
Pursuing dashboards for their own sake is like “fighting over a banana peel in the backyard.”
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Honda breaks ground on a smart home that will charge the car and still be zero net energy, meeting California’s ambitious goal for 2020 residential buildings.
Nest uses their intelligent, WiFi-connected thermostat to help customers smartly and painlessly trim energy use by learning, and mimicking, their temperature preferences automatically.
This 2,500-square-foot vacation home in northern Vermont accomplishes energy savings with some serious energy monitoring—while celebrating its habitat by bringing nature indoors.