I know there may be those who may dispute this, but I don’t care how much this bogus plan is claiming to save me for using less energy during peak hours, I am about to unenroll from it permanently if you don’t give me more flexibility during these times, as while I don’t like my house being 80f when it’s almost more than that outside already in the daytime right now, as I write this it’s 77f outside, and I don’t think it is appropriate at to ask your customers to let their homes get this hot without notify them explicitly ahead of time, like at the very least, the day before. This will still not fix the main problem I have with this but it’s better than nothing. For example, my dog does not do well at all when the temps are above 78 degrees inside for long periods of time, and before disabling Energy Rush today my House was 80f inside on energy rush and it’s cooler outside right now. I know this may not seem like a huge problem, but energy rush should have in big bold print somewhere your customers can see it, that every time it’s on, both you the people around you, and your animals will be put through completely unnecessary heat, as what’s the point of a smart thermostat if not to avoid this specific situation, in order for you to save a little money on your power bill which is already grossly overpriced anyways. Yes, I know you can opt out of energy rush, but that isn’t my point, you are not representing the service being provided well, and you are not giving the customer an option to still use energy rush, but maybe not save as much money on their bill with the power company by making the house a tolerable temperature, which required me setting auto mode cool a wapping 2 degrees cooler today, but forced me to opt out for today, which just scares people into keeping it on all the time, but makes people constantly want to abandon the program which at its heart, i thought is to encourage people to want to save energy and be responsible, which may scare some people into staying and tolerating bad conditions at home, but I’m getting tired of putting myself through this as it’s not good for my blood sugar to run this hot for long periods of time in doors, or my dog’s overall well-being either. What happens if I don’t pay very close attention and I somehow got stuck onsite at work and it’s 80 degrees and can’t check the nest app for a long period of time because I’m tied up with other stuff. That could potentially end up be and awful sight to come home to an an animal or even elderly people who dies of heat exhaustion, and I’m not just referring to my specific circumstances here. I hope you can see the bigger picture here. Fix this now please. My personal recommendation, if you want it, is set the max temp that that the thermostat attempts to keep the house at while the thermostat is in auto mode and on energy rush mode, to less than 80. Maybe a range from 76-78, but 80 is ridiculous, as I know almost no human or dog, who would be comfortable at that temperature indoors for more than a very short period of time. This is not a benefit to people, more so a gimmick in its current form. It would not be too far fetch to think the power companies and Google/Nest have a deal that’s lucrative for them, but this could also be a design oversight by you guys at Nest that I would highly recommend fixing before it’s hurts someone or animal. This is a small software update at most. Please!!! Thank you!!!