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Smart thermostat company Tado, headquartered in Munich, Germany, announced that it has closed a new round of financing, raising €10 million ($13.6 million) from current backers Target Partners, Shortcut Ventures, and other investors with the intention of building a global brand.
The NEWS honors the 2014 Dealer Design Award winners in the Residential Controls (Including Zoning) category.
Nest Labs Inc. has announced the launch of its Nest Developer Program, which makes it possible for Nest and the more than 5,000 developers who’ve expressed interest in the program to work together to create interactions among Nest products and others — both inside and outside of the home.
The Lyric™ Wi-Fi thermostat delivers comfort at home and savings when you’re away, automatically, based on your smartphone’s location using geofencing technology.
The partnership combines CEIVA’s HEMS with the Carrier smart ComfortChoice Touch thermostat to provide enhanced intelligence and control for both utility companies and homeowners.
The WT-4000 Series converts older pneumatic room control systems and enables communication with newer digital building automation systems.
Honeywell has announced the launch of its new Lyric™ smart thermostat which the company said knows when homeowners are coming and going, based on smartphone location, to deliver comfort when they’re at home and savings when they’re away.
The Firmware 3.12 update has been released for the ColorTouch® residential and commercial color touchscreen programmable thermostats.
Direct Energy, one of North America’s largest energy and energy-related services providers, announced that it has teamed with Nest to offer its electricity customers a solution for managing home and small business energy usage through an offer that includes the Nest Learning Thermostat.
Effective July 1, any person or contractor who replaces a mercury-containing thermostat in New York or Connecticut must deliver it to an appropriate collection site to be recycled.