Fast Company today covered the integration of Big Ass Fans’ Haiku® with SenseME smart ceiling fan and the Nest Learning Thermostat.

“The integration could save a lot on your summer air conditioning bill,” wrote Assistant Editor Jessica Leber.

The air movement created by Haiku with SenseME can make you feel several degrees cooler than the actual temperature in a room, so you can raise the temperature on your Nest® Thermostat higher than normal and stay just as comfortable. SenseME’s app automatically suggests higher temperatures that you can select conveniently from your smartphone. Each degree you raise your Nest Thermostat saves up to 5 percent on energy costs.

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