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How To Go Greener With A Nest Learning Thermostat

by Adam Howarth, Editor
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Did you know your thermostat controls 60% of your heating bills? It also has a big part to play in how much of an impact your home makes on the planet. If you want to enjoy a comfortable home for less this autumn and reduce your carbon footprint at the same time, why not make the switch to a Nest learning thermostat?

The easy to use ‘planet protector’

There are many simple steps you can take to protect the planet and using the Google Nest thermostat is one of them. Since 2011, it is estimated that it’s saved over 39 billion kWh of energy worldwide. UK households using Nest technology have seen energy savings of 8.4% to 16.5%.

The thermostat that teaches itself

Unlike a traditional thermostat that you set manually, the Nest learns from you and programs itself. Simply change the temperature whenever you like during the first few days after installation . The thermostat will learn the temperatures that you like and when you want them. Then it programs itself and creates a weekly temperature schedule.

The intelligent technology adjusts itself to suit exactly how your home heats and cools. It also responds to the weather outside to ensure the perfect level of comfort 365 days a year.

Learn how to save energy at home

A Nest thermostat also shows you how to save energy when you’re home. Each time you adjust your thermostat to an energy-efficient temperature, you’ll see the Nest Leaf on the thermostat screen and in the Nest app.

As you learn more about how and why you’ve saved energy with your Nest thermostat, you can keep up your good habits and make simple changes to be more efficient.

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