Learn how smart thermostats can reduce energy costs and improve NOI at student housing properties.
Coming out of a pandemic that saw many operating expenses increase, some dramatically, it’s never been more important to reduce expenses where you can to boost NOI. Smart thermostats are a perfect solution for student housing properties. Leveraging the intelligence of these powerful devices will lead to savings in operational costs and energy usage through features such as, remote scheduling and occupancy detection.
Learn more in a complimentary webinar taking place Wednesday, June 16th at 2 pm sponsored by ecobee. (Now available on demand.)
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This webinar is sponsored by ecobee.
Founded in 2007, ecobee’s mission is to improve everyday life while creating a more sustainable world. After launching the world’s first smart thermostat, ecobee has helped customers across North America save more than 17.6 TWh of energy. Today, ecobee continues to innovate with smart home solutions that solve everyday problems for customers with comfort, security, and conservation in mind with products like the ecobee SmartThermostat with voice control, ecobee SmartCamera with voice control, ecobee SmartSensors for doors and windows, Haven Home Monitoring and SmartBuildings solution. For more information, visit ecobee.com.
This event is hosted by Student Housing Business magazine and produced by the company’s InterFace Conference Group. For more information, contact Rich Kelley at 914-309-6954 .
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