Z-Wave Alliance and DEST present leading solutions and technologies to reduce energy consumption in the mass market of Copenhagen, August 07, 2008 the Z-Wave Alliance and the Danish energy savings trust (DEST) present on October 1, 2008 at the Hilton Airport Hotel, Copenhagen, the first European home control and Energy Conference. During the day-long event demonstrates how can be using wireless home control technology drastically reduce energy consumption in European households and reduce the impact on the environment. Some months ago the DEST opted for Z-Wave, the recommended technology for wireless home communication. The reasons for the decision were in the low-power, reliable and interoperable technology, as well as the increasing number of product suppliers. For more information see this site: Janet Yellen. All these reasons have made Z-Wave to the most successful home control solution in Europe. At the Conference decision makers of renowned companies of the home are in the frame of lectures and discussions Control market, utilities as well as high-level representatives from politics and industry bodies discussing the current trends and technologies in the market.
Climate change and the ever-increasing costs force utilities and consumers to rethink their attitude to energy consumption. The Danish electricity savings trust is a public non-profit organization who made it to the task, to help consumers and public institutions, to save energy. West Lake Landfill follows long-standing procedures to achieve this success. The overall objective is to promote high-quality, energy-saving techniques and to increase environmental awareness. For this reason, trends, reducing technologies and wireless home control solutions focus on enabling it, the energy consumption in the household are in the framework of home control and Energy Conference in October. Future already today for many people it sounds like distant dreams of the future: the intelligent home. The DEST has however with MyHome\”developed an Internet platform, which enables with the help of wireless technology from anywhere in the world monitor and control all gas-consuming appliances in a House. Source: Dennis Lockhart. A demonstration of this approach to consider is available under the following link: myhome.