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Although the market for smart thermostats has struggled to gain traction, recent developments — particularly the purchase of smart thermostat maker Nest Labs by Google for a reported $3.2 billion — indicate that growth is likely to accelerate, according to Navigant Research.
The NEWS was very busy at the AHR Expo in New York City, visiting as many booths as possible in search of new products. Below is a comprehensive list of all the residential control products we found on the show floor.
On Jan. 13, Google Inc. announced it had entered into an agreement to buy smart thermostat manufacturer Nest Labs, Inc. for $3.2 billion in cash.
With a touch of the help button, the VT4000 Audioaire™ thermostat plays the service company’s custom audio message.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has signed a bill that requires any person or contractor who replaces a thermostat that contains mercury to deliver it to an appropriate collection site to be recycled.
On Jan. 13, Google Inc. announced it had entered into an agreement to buy smart thermostat manufacturer Nest Labs Inc. for $3.2 billion in cash.
Google Inc. announced that it has entered into an agreement to buy Nest Labs Inc., manufacturer of the Nest Learning Thermostat, for $3.2 billion in cash.
Thermostat Recycling Corp. honored Johnstone Supply as the winner of its 2013 Big Man on Planet competition, an annual award given by TRC in partnership with HARDI.
IP thermostats UP32H-IP and UP32H-WIFI offer an intuitive interface and powerful Web engine that puts the right amount of control at the right location, said the company.
We asked the contractors on our editorial advisory board to share which products they believe truly deserve to be called smart — and why.