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GreenTechGrid: Carrier Picks Up EnergyHub for Smart Thermostat Partnership

Laura Kier

October 5, 2012

By Katherine Tweed

Smart thermostats seem to be getting smarter these days.

Up until a few years ago, programmable thermostats were as smart as their technology. The problem, of course, was that they weren’t that smart as they needed to be in the hands of the average person. Even though the thermostats had the potential to save energy through personalized settings, homeowners had to actually set them to realize the savings.

Now, all of the major HVAC and thermostat companies makes smarter solutions — wireless, connected thermostats that can often be set up online. The most celebrated example is the Nest thermostat, which recently released its second version.

Some of the incumbents are finding startup partners to bring the smarts to their thermostats. The most recent is Carrier, which just announced EnergyHub as its partner for its ComfortChoice Touch thermostat.

To read the full article, head on over to GreenTechGrid.

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