Updating first generation units
According to the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy, unit 5 of the plant, which operated at only 15% of capacity in 2012, appeared also to be heading toward retirement.
On November 14, 2013, TVA added Unit 5 of the Colbert plant to the retirement list. TVA also announced retirements at the Widows Creek Fossil Plant and the Paradise Fossil Plant in Tennessee.
You might not install it in a place at home where you will often get to admire its looks, but at least when you do, you'll appreciate seeing it.
A ring of colorful LEDs surround the central on-off button, alerting you to the Protect's current status.
generation) device will not receive the Android 6.0 Marshmallow update.
However, we have some good news for those who are still using the Moto G device that has been released back in 2013.
This information comes out of my research and work on upgrading my 1958 Buick Special from a generator to an alternator and from my previous work on the High Amp Alternators for older GM's article written while working on my 1973 Buick Electra.Like its predecessor, the second-generation Nest Protect elevates the aesthetic of the standard issue detector, but its balances that appeal with a set of connected features that let you control the Protect remotely via your mobile device or your account on the Nest Web page.As before, Nest nails the aesthetic upgrade, thanks to the Protect's white or black finish, square design with rounded edges, and a stainless-steel mesh cover that looks neat and gives smoke and CO a bunch of access points.If you already have a first-gen Nest Protect, I'd skip this upgrade, but I strongly recommend the Protect 2.0 to first-time connected detector shoppers.Many consumers will still happily settle for the puck of white plastic that functions as the traditional smoke detector.