EnergyHub's wireless thermostat, shown here, is currently being used in pilot programs. The company plans to announce a partnership with a wireless thermostat manufacturer in the coming months, according to EnergyHub's Eric Fleming. It will use ZigBee, but can be set up to communicate with a wide variety of HVAC systems, receive commands from either the EnergyHub Home Base display, or the EnergyHub Web platform. It will also be able to be overridden directly as with any ordinary programmable thermostat. It then resumes its regular schedule at the next previously programmed time of temperature change.