Best Buy to sell home energy management equipment?

by Parks Associates | Sep. 22, 2011

Best Buy plans to start selling home energy management products in stores later this year. Best Buy will start a trial, in October, in three stores that will have dedicated areas to demonstrate and explain a range of home energy technologies.

The choice of products has not yet been finalized but they will range from simple whole-house energy monitors to a combination of a home security service and smart thermostats. The products are aimed to help people improve home efficiency and have remote control use in their homes from a Web portal or smartphone. The goal is to make home energy products approachable to more than just a small niche of users.

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