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Monday, October 25, 2010

MEDIA ALERT: Parks Associates Addresses “Managing Household Energy” and “Getting Consumers to Care about Home Controls” at the Broadband World Forum

Parks Associates CEO to participate and moderate two sessions on Tuesday October 26th and Wednesday October 27th

Tricia Parks, CEO, Parks Associates is participating on the panel, "Managing Household Energy" on Tuesday, October 26th from 3:30 PM. Tricia Parks is also hosting a breakfast briefing, "Getting Consumers to Care about Home Controls" on Wednesday, October 27 at 8:00 AM.

Broadband World Forum Europe focuses on convergence, interoperability, and the transformatio ...read more

Thursday, September 30, 2010

Consumers Willing to Pay for Energy Monitoring Services if Guaranteed 10% Savings, Earliest Adopters are Smartphone Users and Security System Owners

Parks Associates to launch major consumer energy research project in 4Q 2010

In a new Residential Energy Management report, Parks Associates reports 15-20% of U.S. consumers are very willing to pay a $5-$10 monthly subscription fee for a service promising 10% savings on their energy bill.

Residential Energy Management: Consumer Classifications and Mindset finds smartphone owners and those with do-it-yourself security cameras are among those consumers much more likely to ...read more

Tuesday, August 03, 2010

Parks Associates forecasts energy management networks will be in over 9 million U.S. households by 2014

Majority of energy management systems will be independent residential energy management networks (iREM Nets)

The emerging market for energy management services, built on remote access and control via broadband, is creating new opportunities outside the utility industry for manufacturers and service providers looking to leverage consumer interest in energy savings, according to international research firm Parks Associates.

The firm’s report Residential Energy Management: ...read more

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Despite deployment of 13 million smart meters, U.S. consumers still unaware of smart grid benefits

Parks Associates’ research indicates over 40% of consumers unfamiliar with term “Smart Grid”

Consumer knowledge of smart grid technologies is low, even as utilities have deployed 13 million smart meters to U.S. households, according to international research firm Parks Associates. The firm, as part of its annual service “Residential Energy Management: Opportunities for Digital Systems and Services,” reports only 11% of U.S. consumers are familiar with the term “Smart Grid.” ...read more

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