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Smart thermostats: The Swiss Army knife of future utility programmes

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This white paper from the global consulting company ICF, describes the potential of smart thermostats. According to the authors, smart thermostats can save at least 8 - 10% in heating and cooling energy. Moreover, they provide a versatile out-of-the box platform for demand response, revenue generation, grid optimisation and customer engagement. This puts utilities in a great position to adopt this technology as part of energy- and cost saving programmes for their customers.