• Nest To Help Low-Income Families Lower Energy Bills

    3 monthes ago - By Android Headlines

    Nest will help low-income families lower their energy bills by giving out free Nest Thermostat E as part of a new initiative to help celebrate Earth Day this year. The initiative is called the Nest Power Project, and will seek to give out one million Nest Thermostat E smart thermostats over the next five years to lower-income homes. Nest will reportedly be working with a variety of groups and organizations to get the thermostats into the hands of the families that need them and qualify for the program, including various power companies across the U.S., different lenders, and groups like...
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  • Nest earmarks 1 million Thermostat E units for low-income homes

    Nest earmarks 1 million Thermostat E units for low-income homes

    3 monthes ago - By SlashGear

    Nest is helping address the energy burden in America with Power Project, an initiative that earmarks 1 million Nest Thermostat E units for low-income homes. The devices will be provided to needy homes in partnership with energy companies, non-profits, and housing agencies over the next five years, says Nest. Recipients are promised them “at little or no cost.” Power Project...
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  • Best smart thermostat: heating your home using tech

    Best smart thermostat: heating your home using tech

    3 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Smart thermostats allow you to control the temperature of your home digitally, and intelligently. They can learn your domestic routines, give you control from anywhere in the world, enable you to adjust rooms independently, and even let you control your heating using your voice. But not all smart thermostats are created equal, and different models each have their own particular selling points. In this round-up we're going to be talking you through the best smart thermostats you can buy from the biggest names in the business: Nest , Hive , Honeywell and Tado. We'll be discussing what their...
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  • Nest is giving away 1 million smart thermostats to those in need

    Nest is giving away 1 million smart thermostats to those in need

    3 monthes ago - By TechRadar

    Nest isn't going to let income level prevent folks from enjoying the cost-saving benefits of its new Nest Thermostat E smart device - it's giving away one million of the devices to people living in low- and moderate-income homes. The drive is part of a new initiative called The Power Project that hopes to reduce the amount lower-income families spend on their energy bills which, according to Nest's research, can be as high as 20% of their monthly income. To make things better for these folks, Nest is committed to working with government agencies, utility companies and non-profits...
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