Nest Labs, maker of the Nest learning thermostat, wants to shake up the residential demand response (DR) market. Nest is taking a three-pronged approach to drive adoption of residential DR services and, of course, sell more of its thermostats: via » Nest Aims to Shake Up Residential DR Navigant Research.
Learning thermostat maker Nest has acquired a Boston-based energy data startup called MyEnergy. The company will help Nest develop its energy data services and continue its missions of working directly with the consumer to reduce home energy consumption.
Nest, makers of the award-winning Learning Thermostat, announced today that it's acquired MyEnergy, an online service that lets you consolidate energy bills and share them with friends and family. Until recently, Nest's intelligence was limited to the confines of your home. Show More Summary
Nest, makers of the popular Learning Thermostat, have pushed out an update for their device, adding the ability for the thermostat to adjust its behavior to sunlight, as well as other new features.
The Nest Learning Thermostat was first announced a couple of years back, sometime in the last quarter of 2011, but this does not mean that the Nest Learning Thermostat’s journey ended back then, as Nest Labs has stepped forward to announce...Show More Summary
Nest Labs isn't counting solely on the allure of discounts from power companies to reel us in this spring. It's pushing out a 3.5 update to all versions of the Nest Learning Thermostat that should be make it smarter about saving money -- even if it means spending a little up front. Show More Summary
When is a partnership an innovation? When it brings down prices and helps the environment. Nest, the "learning thermostat" company, is doing just those things. Here's how. Pardon the pun, but the Nest is really heating up. After selling...Show More Summary
The Nest thermostat is a thermostat you can control remotely with your phone, learns your climate preferences and when you’re home over time. It allows you to essentially keep your house the right temperature, all the time, and save some money by not heating or cooling your house when you’re not home. Show More Summary
The connected thermostat that learns your living patterns is linking its devices directly to energy providers in seven states, creating some of the functions promised by a smart grid without a major infrastructure overhaul. Since its...Show More Summary
As clever as the Nest Learning Thermostat can be, its intelligence only extends as far as the front door: it hasn't really been aware of how neighbors or the seasons affect our power bills. Nest Labs is improving that connection to the...Show More Summary
AI at Expand: While Nest founder Matt Rogers says his company will continue to come out with new hardware iterations of its iOS-compatible learning thermostat, the device is built for durability, and Nest doesn't expect customers to go out and buy a new model every year.
The Nest Thermostat can be a hot (or cool) new member of your family as it adapts to your schedule, saves you money, and looks good doing it.
Learning thermostat maker Nest has closed on $80 million to keep growing, and we've heard it's shipping 40K to 50K thermostats per month. The round was raised at an $800 million valuation and the company could reach a million per year shipment rate by the Summer.
Nest, the learning thermostat company, has appointed Tom vonReichbauer as it’s new CFO. The announcement was made today by founder and CEO Tony Fadell. vonReichbauer comes from Tesla motors, where he served... Keep reading ?
Yesterday, I wrote about companies that are reinventing the mundane household products we see around us every day, namely things like Nest’s learning thermostat and the Kickstarter runaway Soma. But another company is also laying the groundwork for this new, software-drenched household. The company IFTTT (pronounced like “gift” without the G) today announced a $7...
Nest learning thermostats are starting to wrack up large collective savings, or more than 200 million kilowatt hours saved. Despite early sales volumes, the thermostats can save home owners 20 to 30 percent. In comparison Opower has saved over 1.6 billion kilowatt hours collectively. Energy savings battle!
Nest has recently announced that it has released its second generation Nest Learning Thermostat for sale at Best Buy, with a price of $249. Available on-line at bestbuy.com as well as at more than 600 Best Buy stores, the new thermostat is a unique one that can save you a good deal of energy (note: [...]
The Nest Learning Thermostat, created by Apple iPod designer Anthony Fadell, makes for futuristic heating and cooling. You'll never have to fidget with the thermostat before running out the door again. Available for purchase on the Nest...Show More Summary
Nest, the sleek learning thermostat, is officially sold in only two countries, the United States and Canada. But it is being used in 65 countries. Its maker looks at the gray market as a market research opportunity.
Working with a small team of less than 20 people on a first-time hardware product is tough to do things perfectly the first time, Tony Fadell, founder of Nest Labs said Monday. He talked about how customer feedback informed a quick redesign of the company's product.