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Ecobee 3 Lite Smart Thermostat - Free for DTE Energy Residential customers

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DTE Energy which is based out of MI is offering a Ecobee 3 Lite ($94 value) for free when you sign up for their Dynamic Peak Pricing option.

It seems that picking the new pricing option also saves some money, more details are on their website.

Follow the link and click on "Enroll Today!" under SmartCurrents.

https://newlook.dteenergy.com/wps...te-options
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Created 06-15-2018 at 06:57 AM by Akscrackz
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wow thanks for this post!
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When you sign-up for SmartCurrents, you'll also enroll in DTE's Dynamic Peak Pricing rate, which varies the price you pay for electricity by time of day – giving you more control over your electric costs.


So they'll make their money back in a week or two with increased peak hour rates. Why would anyone do this?
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If this is anything like con Edison they will require you to allow them to adjust thermostat remotely.
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If this is anything like con Edison they will require you to allow them to adjust thermostat remotely.
no. dte does not require that.
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no. dte does not require that.
Appears they do. "*I authorize DTE Energy to remotely increase the temperature setting on the provided thermostat by four (4) degrees Fahrenheit from 3:00 to 7:00 p.m., during Critical Peak events only – maximum of 20 events per year.". I know this is an old thread, but just looking at this now. Trying to find other reviews for this program is proving difficult.
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