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In 2018, existing smart home households drove the market by expanding their adoption of devices. Households already owning at least one smart home device continued to purchase more devices, bringing the average number of devices in these households to six units compared to 3 devices in 2016. The latest trends and developments in smart home devices and services include expansion of smart technology into the home builder channel, large tech companies taking measures to increase their...
As technology moves forward, energy efficiency and “green” solutions—particularly in the residential space—continue to gain prominence. As of Q4 2018, about 25% of US broadband households own at least one smart home device, with smart thermostats leading the way and smart lighting solutions close behind. Still, overall adoption rates for individual energy management device categories remain at 10%, and product manufacturers struggle to push their products beyond high-income...
 
by Lindsay Gafford | Apr. 17, 2019
Tags: energy, home safety
Prior to Parks Associates’ 10th-annual Smart Energy Summit , in Austin, Bob King, Vice President, Policy, Smart Energy Water shared insights on how energy providers can generate revenue in the smart home. Bob will be participating on the Optimizing Control with Energy Data session on Wednesday, February 20, at 3:30 PM. Panelists joining him on this session include: Gary High, SVP Marketing and Product Management, Landis + Gyr Michael Phillips, Co-founder and CEO,...
Prior to Parks Associates’ 10th-annual Smart Energy Summit , in Austin, Advisory Board member and conference speaker, Joel Miller, Principle Supervisor, DTE Energy shared insights on how energy providers can do more to move the market forward. Joel will be participating on the Incentivizing the Smart Home: Utility Marketplace session on Wednesday, February 20, at 8:45 AM. Panelists joining him on this session include: Brian McKee, Director of Online Store, AM...
Parks Associates research shows that saving money increases interest in smart home devices among 60% of broadband households with no previous purchase intentions . Utility and energy providers in particular can use this interest to their advantage in order to incentivize consumers to purchase energy-efficient devices like smart thermostats and cut back usage during peak hours, saving money and power. According to research from Parks Associates, over 11% of U.S. broadband households...
Prior to Parks Associates’ 10th-annual Smart Energy Summit , in Austin, Advisory Board member and conference speaker, Judd Moritz, SVP of Solutions, Simple Energy shared insights on how consumers operate their home aligned with the needs of the grid operator and how utilities integrate smart home and distributed energy resources into the grid. Judd will be participating on the  Incentivizing the Smart Home: Utility Marketplace session on Wednesday, February 20, at 8:45...
Prior to Parks Associates’ 10th-annual Smart Energy Summit , in Austin, Advisory Board member and conference speaker, Emmett Romine, SVP Business Development, Powerley shared insights on how utilities integrate smart home and distributed energy resources into the grid. Emmett will be participating on the Driving Energy Efficient Consumer Behavior: Reporting and Analytics session on Tuesday, February 19, at 8:30 AM. Panelists joining him on this session include: Scott...
Prior to Parks Associates’ 10th-annual Smart Energy Summit , in Austin, Advisory Board member and conference speaker, Matt Johnson, VP of Business Development, EnergyHub shared insights on how utilities integrate smart home and distributed energy resources into the grid. Matt will be participating on  The Energy Data Goldmine session, sponsored by Bidgely , on Tuesday, February 19, at 11:30 AM. Panelists joining him on this session include:   Abhay Gupta,...

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