The DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) helps DC residents and businesses use less energy and save money.
Are you smarter than your home? With all the new artificial intelligence and machine learning technology that’s available, sometimes we can’t be so sure. But the DC Sustainable Energy Utility (DCSEU) is partnering with Nest to help make that happen.
They’re doing it by enabling smart savings. How? First, visit smart.dcseu.com to get your unique $100 coupon code. Next, use that code when you buy your smart thermostat through the Nest website. Buy your thermostat before July 8th to get a total of $150 off the purchase price with Nest’s limited time Fourth of July discount.
The DCSEU, which helps DC residents and businesses use less energy and save money, is also offering $100 mail-in rebates on Ecobee and Honeywell smart thermostats. But Nest is the only manufacturer where you can get instant savings at the point of purchase.
How smart are smart thermostats? Built-in sensors track your whereabouts in the house, and its algorithmic smarts keeps track of when you turn the heat up or down. In about a week it creates a custom temperature schedule, and saves energy by turning itself down when you leave the house. A key feature of the Nest is “Farsight”–it can detect you from 20 feet away, and will greet your presence by lighting up with an easy-to-see temperature reading.
Smart thermostats are also Wi-Fi and mobile app capable. With a flick of a finger on a smartphone or a swipe on a tablet you can control your thermostat from anywhere.
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