Friday, December 11, 2015

Schneider Electric (Finally) Puts Out a Wi-Fi Thermostat

More than two years ago, Schneider Electric revamped its Wiser home energy management offering, hoping to appeal to utilities that might be eager for a comprehensive residential demand response offering.

The percentage of thermostats being sold through retail channels instead of through HVAC dealers has also increased considerably in recent years, while the utility channel is stagnant, according to Parks Associates.
 

From the article "Schneider Electric (Finally) Puts Out a Wi-Fi Thermostat" by Katherine Tweed.

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