Smart Thermostat by NV Energy 4+


Designed for iPad

    • 2.0 • 137 Ratings
    • Free



NV Energy’s Smart Thermostat learns from you
Your new smart thermostat remembers your temperature preferences and adjusts your set point to conserve energy. You can save up to $100/year on heating and cooling.

Following Your Schedule
Scheduling your thermostat also helps you save energy. Be sure to edit the default schedules to suit your lifestyle.

Energy Savings
Your smart thermostat makes small adjustments to your set point based on outside weather conditions and your home’s heating and cooling patterns. The ECO circle appears when energy savings is activated.

Set Away
Use ‘Set Away’ when you’re on vacation or just away from home outside of your normal schedule. This saves even more energy.

Savings Reports
See your total cumulative savings for the last 12 months.

Love This App?
We have an additional app to help you save. Download NV Energy's mobile app to track your energy usage, manage alerts and do even more from your smartphone.

What’s New

Version 137

This app has been updated by Apple to display the Apple Watch app icon.

Internal updates for improved reliability and future features.

Ratings and Reviews

2.0 out of 5
137 Ratings

137 Ratings

T.g 1:) ,

New user so far so good

Not sure if everyone else’s complaints. Maybe I’ll get there but too soon for now. However, my setup gripes (recommendations) are they there does not need to be so many limits on a software app. In setting the times you are limited to half-hour increments. Why not any time on the clock? Why only 4 time segments? Why just set 1 temperature and not a range of temps? So much more could go in to making this a robust app.

Ssquard ,

Basically Functional-Missing User Patterns & Home Kit Compatability

Update: For two weeks the app goes to a Menu screen high
Lighting Thermostat but it doesn’t access the thermostat, schedule, savings, etc. When this first happened I remotely rebooted my Gateway and it didn’t fix it, but did cause home items to lose their connections until I got home and rebooted all off them.

Nothing has fixed the app. Now I have to go to each thermostat and manually take them off of away status.

This is fairly easy to use in setting planned temperatures for different times of day & during vacation times. What is really bad is when planned events generate unnecessary temperature changes.
I had to call NV Energy to have them stop turning on my air conditioner during the day when they have less customer usage. If the had a "real smart" thermostat it would have known that we rarely run our HVAC during the summer. We actually open windows at night and cool the house, close windows in the morning and have very comfortable temps throughout the day.
Additionally, this is the only Apple App that I use requiring a login that doesn't allow Touch ID. It is also the only household app that isn't Apple Home Kit compatible.

We are evaluating alternative thermostats that are Home Kit compatible to replace our NV Energy thermostats. Several of these are smart enough to not turn on our AC when we aren't at home & haven't run it for months.

charhorseappollo123 ,

Erratic changes in temp-horrible product

This smart system seems to do whatever it pleases. I will turn the temperature up to 77* and then when I check it because the air kicked on again it shows it set back to 74*. It does this constantly. When I called NVEnergy and asked to be disconnected from them being able to change my temperature they said I have to be part of the program for 3 years first. I want to make clear that it is summer in Las Vegas so the change from 77* to 74* is not saving energy, it is using more. I am constantly on the app monitoring the setting because they change several times a day, sometimes several times an hour. Super frustrating. What I do like is being able to monitor and control my system from my phone so I will have to invest in my own smart system. Also the schedule setting interface is not user friendly and the temperature doesn’t follow the schedule that I set so what’s the point of even having it?! Huge fail.

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