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What is Smart Neighborhood?
Smart Neighborhood features 62 state-of-the-art homes connected to the Southeast's first community-scale microgrid. As a part of this initiative, homeowners at Reynolds Landing at Ross Bridge in suburban Birmingham, Alabama, will get Samsung appliances, a Carrier HVAC system, a Rheem water heating system, a Vivint Smart Home system and much more. In return, they will provide feedback on the most useful products and services for household comfort, convenience and connectivity.
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- A high-efficiency Carrier® Infinity® heat pump and Rheem® Prestige® Series hybrid electric water heater
- Tech-connected automation: Carrier Infinity Greenspeed® intelligence home comfort system with an Infinity Touch thermostat, Rheem EcoNet® mobile app and Vivint Smart HomeTM system, including voice-activated security, smart locks, lights, cameras and garage door control
- Interconnected Samsung appliances from the Alabama Power Appliance Center: smart hub refrigerator, dishwasher, washer and dryer, and an induction cooking range
- Enhanced energy-efficient building features: improved insulation, triple-pane windows and LED lighting.
- AT&T U-verse fiber-optic technology for seamless integration of television, Internet service of up to 1000 mbps and digital home phone service.
The Southeast’s First
Smart Neighborhood’s community-scale microgrid, made up of solar panels, battery storage and back-up generation, will be built to generate energy for the neighborhood and the electric grid.
The microgrid will sit on 5 acres and will have the capability to generate more than 600,000 kilowatt-hours of energy annually, enough to power a neighborhood the size of Reynolds Landing.