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2017 Topics

Electric Utilities and the Smart Home

  • Incentivizing the Smart Home: Demand Response and Engagement
  • Bring-Your-Own Device Models: Drivers and Barriers 
  • Consumer Behaviors and TOU: Challenges and Opportunities 
  • Value-Added Services: New Strategies and Use Cases

Converging Ecosystems: Industries Impacting Utilities

  • Smart Appliances: New Solutions Saving Consumers Time and Money
  • Smart Home Systems: Opportunities for Whole Home Management
  • Solar Industry: Integration and Competition

Partnerships, Growth, and Interoperability

  • Impact of Aggregators: Catalyst for Partnerships
  • Energy Providers: Creating New Business Models
  • Standards and Interoperability: Integrating Energy with the Smart Home
  • Reinventing the Utility Business Model

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2017 Dates and Location

February 20-22, 2017
Four Seasons Hotel
Austin, Texas
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Utilities: Benefits of Attending

1) Smart Energy Summit brings together utility leaders from across North America with smart home vendors and equipment manufacturers to discuss innovative approaches to delivering differentiated energy management solutions.

2) Convergence in the connected home creates competition and partnership opportunities to provide energy management services to the mass market. Technology trends within the connected home must be considered when developing and revising the utility home area network roadmap.

3) Understanding the adoption of smart home services and the many players entering the space is vital to utilities.

4) Gaining a firsthand account of the state of the market will help utilities understand the competition and understand partnership opportunities.

5) Adoption of electric vehicles and solar will have a substantial impact on electric utilities in the future. Smart Energy Summit assembles leading experts to provide their insights on the challenges and opportunities associated with EVs and distributed generation.

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Energy Blog

  • Top 10 Takeaways –Energy Providers Need to Rethink Smart Home Strategies
    The smart home market can be described using two axes: control of the smart home system and monetization of the smart home. The vertical axis describes the entity which controls the smart home system, how it is installed, what products, algorithms, apps, and user interface or interfaces are used. At the lower end of the vertical axis, the end user makes all of the decisions. Consumers get what they want, how they want it. The consumer chooses what products to purchase, when they are - ...read more

  • Energy Providers Could Dominate the Smart Home and Energy Management Market
    Smart home product and service providers are changing in many ways. Smart home controllers and smart home platforms are adding more networks, more intelligence, more data analytics, and more value-added services. Smart home service providers currently control nearly every aspect of their offerings. Consumers can choose their service provider, but the service provider chooses everything else. The service provider determines what products work with the platform, what algorithms - ...read more

  • Data and Communications Standards are Accelerating Home Energy Management Adoption
    Interoperability has become a topic with renewed interest as application layer standards enter the mix. New network layer protocols are competing for a slice of the Internet of Things market.In the energy space, different groups have worked on a method to communicate demand response event data and energy pricing, as well as data that enables participation in energy markets. At Smart Energy Summit, the session “ Interoperability, Integration, and Energy Management ” discussed data - ...read more

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