Genability Customer Lowe’s Iris Smart Home System


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Lowe’s, the home improvement and appliance retailer, announced today their cloud-based home energy management system, Iris, is now available to purchase online and will be offered in 500 stores by the end of August. 

IRIS Web Interface

Iris will offer three different starter kits: Iris Safe & Secure ($179), Iris Comfort & Control ($179) and Iris Smart Kit ($299), a combination of the Safe & Secure and Comfort & Control kits. Lowe’s will also provide additional customizations and controls for Iris with a $9.99 monthly subscription.

Iris will be using Genability technology to provide homeowners with the varying cost of electricity supplies.

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