It’s a well-known fact that environmental awareness something that humanity still has to work on and there is still plenty of room for improvement on a legislative level and public policy, which would shed light on one’s actions and individual behaviour and the importance this social movement and philosophy that work towards preserving our planet’s well-being.

Our country has participated in this awakening through projects where organizations and institutions, both from private and public sectors, have strived to re-educate and inform our society. They have acted just in time to impart this knowledge and moral values in a theoretic and practical manner at schools.

However, there is still plenty of work to do so that this vision becomes homogenous in all regions seeing as a recent study on momit’s sales demonstrates that citizens of Aragon, Catalonia, Navarre and Madrid show a superior level of awareness regarding energy savings and environmental impact than citizens from other communities.

Heating accounts for the majority of energy consumption in Spanish households, according to studies provided by IDEA. Specifically, half of what is spent on energy in housing is intended for heating. Moreover, studies show that energy consumption has lowered gradually over recent years, a trend fostered both from economic reasons as well as increasing environmental awareness.

If we consider another recent study published by the Swedish company Ericsson, which gives as the main idea the fact that 92% of Spaniards are willing to incorporate smart technology in their homes (higher percentage of people in the United States, Sweden, Chile or Russia), we can conclude that technological projects and initiatives such as those by momit help the awakening of our environmental awareness.

Therefore, devices like momit Smart Thermostat and momit Home Thermostat not only look after the welfare of households and the economy of its inhabitants, but also contribute to an undeniable social benefit by reducing energy demand, with the expenses on raw materials and CO2 emissions that this entails.