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Tuesday, October 25, 2016

Honeywell and Toyota to Keynote 2017 Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer

Parks Associates announced today that executives from Honeywell and Toyota will give keynote addresses at the eighth-annual Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer, which takes place February 20-22, 2017 at the Four Seasons Hotel in Austin, Texas.

The event features key cross-industry perspectives in the smart energy market and will include keynotes from Jeremy Eaton, VP and GM, Connected Home, Honeywell; and Kevin Butt, GM, Environmental, Toyota Motor North America.

The executive IoT conference, hosted by international market research firm Parks Associates, focuses on strategies for consumer engagement in new energy and IoT solutions, with an agenda designed with strategic insights from the Smart Energy Summit advisory board:

  • Amena Ali, SVP and GM, WeatherBug Home
  • Ben Bixby, Director of Energy Products, Nest Labs
  • Michael Brown, Manager, Demand Response & Distributed Energy Resources, NV Energy
  • Scott Burns, Sr. Director, Innovation & Customer Experience, Retail Mass Markets, Reliant/NRG
  • Chris Carradine, EVP, Business Development, ecobee
  • Seth Frader-Thompson, President, EnergyHub
  • Daniel Herscovici, SVP and General Manager, Xfinity Home, Comcast
  • Erin Keys, Director, Business Development & Strategy, Comverge, Inc.
  • Robert J. King, CEO, Good Company Associates; Advisor, North American Governmental Affairs, WeatherBug Home
  • Claire Miziolek, Market Strategies Program Manager, Northeast Energy Efficiency Partnerships
  • Roy Perry, Vice President, Ecosystem Alliances, Alarm.com
  • D’Arcy Rossiter, Head of Insight, Centrica Connected Home
  • Dr. Kenneth Wacks, Management Consultant, GridWise Architecture Council, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Jeremy Warren, CTO, Vivint

Smart Energy Summit focuses particularly on the challenge of engaging consumers with energy-related solutions. Research analysts, thought leaders, and industry executives present and discuss business strategies, case studies, partnership opportunities, and consumer research that utilities, service providers, retailers, and manufacturers can use to expand and monetize their energy offerings.

Each year, the Smart Energy Summit brings together more than 300 industry leaders in energy, solar, smart home, and other markets engaged in the growing Internet of Things. For more information on the agenda or speakers at this year’s event, visit www.SES2017.com.

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