What is voice controlled energy?
Smart home devices often have a hub or controller like Amazon Echo. Having a home control system like this means you can connect all your smart tech and control them all with your voice.
What is Amazon Echo?
Amazon Echo devices(1) are voice-controlled speakers designed entirely around voice – it's always ready, hands-free and fast.
Alexa is the personal assistant inside an Amazon Echo. There are many Amazon Alexa skills you can get to help you in your smart home. You can ask Alexa to play music, read the news, set alarms, answer questions, check sports scores and even review your energy account. This can all be done from across a room, thanks to Echo's far-field voice control functionality.
How to use Amazon Echo
Once you’ve set up your Household Profiles through a series of simple, guided steps, acquiring Alexa skills will help you get the best from your Amazon Echo. And because Alexa responds to your voice commands, acquiring a new skill is as simple as saying ‘Alexa, enable the EDF Energy skill’.
With our Connect+Control2 tariff (2) you can get the all-new Amazon Echo (2nd generation) and a HeatSmart® including installation, along with your gas and electricity. Plus you'll also get peace of mind knowing you're on a long-term fixed energy deal. If you're a customer you can transfer your tariff or if you're a new customer you can get a quote today.
Our Amazon Alexa skill features
With your EDF Energy skill, you'll be able to ask Alexa to check your energy account balance and next payment date, submit a meter reading and when your tariff is due to end. It connects to your MyAccount to give you accurate answers. This should make it easier to stay on top of your energy usage and understand it better.
We want to make it easy for our customers to control their heating and the good news is that Amazon Echo is compatible with the Netatmo smart thermostat. Customers will be able to control their home’s temperature directly from their smartphones, tablets or computers when they’re out and about. And just by asking Alexa when they’re at home.