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Toronto, January 22nd, 2010 – ecobee, the maker of the Smart Thermostat and Energy
Management System, announced today that they have joined the ClimateTalkÔ Alliance.
The ClimateTalk Alliance is an organization of companies that are committed to
developing a common communication infrastructure for HVAC and Smart Energy
devices, enabling the interoperability of diverse systems.
“As communications become more prevalent in HAC systems, interoperability through
standard messaging will provide significant advantages for our industry. We are pleased
to have ecobee as part of the alliance,” states Craig Johnson, chairman, ClimateTalk
“ecobee products have been designed to work within an open standards communication
framework, which means we deliver flexibility and expandability for numerous
applications,” says Stuart Lombard, president & CEO, ecobee. “Being a member of the
ClimateTalk Alliance means ecobee can partner with other industry thought leaders to
expand on our vision of ‘green made easy’”.
An ecobee representative will be available to answer any questions at the ClimateTalk
Alliance booth #1355 at the AHR Expo in Orlando, Florida on Tuesday, January 26,
2009 from 4:00pm to 6:00pm.
ecobee, founded in 2007, delivers intelligent conservation solutions for real people. The
company is building its product platform around The Leadership in Energy and
Environmental Design (LEED) Green Building Rating System™. ecobee’s products are
sold for use in single family homes (new and retrofitted), multi-family dwellings and
light commercial properties. For more information, visit http://www.ecobee.com.
About ClimateTalk Alliance
The ClimateTalk Alliance is an organization of industry-leading companies who are committed to
developing a common communication infrastructure for HVAC and Smart Energy devices and
enabling the interoperability of diverse systems. The ClimateTalk Alliance has been formed as an
ecosystem to drive collaboration on standards to address fragmentation in the HVAC
Communications market and provide interoperability for applications in the Smart Energy arena.
The ClimateTalk Alliance is open to companies committed to providing long term interoperability
of communicating devices that provide reduction in energy consumption while improving comfort
and end user experience. For more information, visit www.ClimateTalk.org.