Toronto, Canada, June 10, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Stuart Lombard, President & CEO of ecobee, the award-winning green technology company, is speaking at an MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge event today at 5:30pm. ecobee is an entrepreneurial organization that launched their first product to market, the ecobee Smart Thermostat, in 2008. The Smart Thermostat is designed to help homeowners make energy and cost savings simple.
This MIT event is titled “Renewable Energy From the Consumer’s Perspective: Bringing Cleantech Home and Making it Real.” The purpose of this event is to show consumers that companies are working to help them unite in their green initiatives and make the world a better place. The panelists, including Lombard, will show consumers how to make a dent in both their energy costs and their impact on the environment by providing easy-to-use products.
“I founded ecobee because I wanted to reduce my own home energy consumption and was having trouble using my basic programmable thermostat,” states Stuart Lombard. “The ecobee philosophy is ‘green made easy,’ and the Smart Thermostat is definitely easy to use. I believe that we can make a positive environmental impact if we make conservation a simple and easy choice.”
Find out more information about this MIT event and the other panelists here: http://www.mitforumcambridge.org/Renewable_Energy_For_Consumers.html
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 MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge
The MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge is a volunteer, non-profit organization based at MIT whose mission is to promote and strengthen the process of starting and growing innovative and technology-oriented companies by providing services and programs that educate, inform and support the entrepreneurial community. http://www.mitforumcambridge.org/
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