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Published on November 8th, 2012 | by Adam Johnston

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Second Generation Nest Thermostat Available At Best Buy

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November 8th, 2012 by
 

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: we’ve covered the Nest Thermostat several times now).

Nest’s second generation thermostat, with its mobile phone and web apps, allows for anyone in the house to control the household temperature.

Meanwhile, consumers at various stores can test the new thermostat before making the purchase.
 

 
Installing the new thermostat takes around thirty minutes, according to the Nest website.

Overall, there is lots of potential with this thermostat and I think it could make for a good energy efficiency investment. What are your thoughts?

Source and Image Credit: Nest

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is a University of Winnipeg graduate who received a three-year B.A. with a combined major in Economics and Rhetoric, Writing & Communications. Adam is currently attempting to become a freelance social media coordinator. His eventual goal is to be a cleantech policy analyst, and is currently sharpening his skills as a renewable energy writer. Adam is also working on a book on cleantech and how to relate it to a broader audience. You can follow him on Twitter @adamjohnstonwpg or at www.adammjohnston.wordpress.com.



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