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EFX19 Session: Springing Forward with the Latest on Smart Thermostats

Created 5/16/2019 by Carol Lindstrom
Updated 5/16/2019 by Carol Lindstrom
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Like a meadow in spring, the region’s Smart Thermostat (Smart Tstats) field is beginning to blossom and bear fruit. Research work is multifaceted and fast-moving; introducing Smart Tstats in single-family residences and communicating Line Voltage Control Thermostats in the multifamily sector. Research has focused on energy-use reduction, communication capabilities, delivery methods, and acceptance by installers, property managers and residents. While each research project is unique, our panelists cross-pollinated their findings to support informed decisions on the future of Smart TStats in the region. Panelists will highlight activities under way to assess technical, economic, market, and potential of—and barriers to—these devices. We’ll also cover the benefits and challenges of working together in this fertile and unharvested field. Strategy/Policy; Residential

Learn more about this session from Nic Lane, BPA.
Posted By: Carol Lindstrom 05/16/19 on 04:20 AM (Pacific Time)
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