Alarm.com Now Integrated With ecobee Smart Thermostats
ecobee has a long-standing partnership with EnergyHub, an Alarm.com subsidiary, within the North American energy sector.
TORONTO — Smart home technology provider ecobee, based here, announces that its WiFi thermostat can now be integrated into Alarm.com-based security and smart home solutions.
The integration will allow end customers to seamlessly control their ecobee smart thermostats in apps powered by Alarm.com, according to the announcement.
The company’s smart thermostats are said to save up to 26% on heating and cooling costs. ecobee currently offers a number of ENERGY STAR-certified thermostats and a suite of home monitoring products.
“We’re excited to be able to deliver improved convenience and energy savings to customers in partnership with Alarm.com,” said Greg Fyke, ecobee vice president of product. “Our smart thermostats save up to 26% on heating and cooling costs making them not only a great choice for your wallet, but also a way to help create a more sustainable world.”
ecobee has a long-standing partnership with EnergyHub, an Alarm.com subsidiary, within the North American energy sector. Since 2015, the two companies have partnered on more than 40 programs that deliver grid management services to utilities and wholesale market operators.
With this new Alarm.com partnership, ecobee and EnergyHub continue to deepen their commitment to energy efficiency, while also delivering comfort and security to more homeowners, the announcement states.
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