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Tuesday September 26th, 2017 2:20PM

Sawnee EMC again enrolling members in 'smart' thermostat program

By AccessWDUN staff

Sawnee Electric Membership Corporation is again enrolling qualified members in a new program called "Smart Savers," specifically designed for members who have a Wi-Fi enabled programmable thermostat(s).  

The Cooperative first launched the program last summer. 

Sawnee’s Smart Savers Program is described as "a money-saving demand response option that allows participating members to enroll their Wi-Fi enabled smart thermostat and receive an incentive for doing so."

Enrollment will remain open until June 16.

Sawnee EMC members can view information and enroll their thermostat(s) at www.sawnee.com/smartsavers

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