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Channel distribution and partner programs a key focus of Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer
Conference features speakers from Best Buy, Lowe's, PG&E, GE, Duke, Direct Energy, IBM, Reliant, Telecom Italia, Tendril, and more
Smart Energy Summit also features analysis of the latest announcements in this market area, including the impact of the new products and partnerships announced at DistribuTECH this week by companies including Opower, IBM, Itron, and Honeywell.
"One-third of U.S. broadband households find energy monitoring highly appealing, but 39% are unaware of energy programs offered by utilities, highlighting a significant gap in consumer engagement," said Stuart Sikes, President, Parks Associates. "With the variety of new players, often with overlapping goals, entering the market, it creates new partnership opportunities that can move solutions quickly to market and re-capture that initial enthusiasm. The combined marketing efforts of broadband providers, security service firms, and utilities will increase consumer awareness of energy management services, driving growth beyond early adopters."
Gian Paolo Balboni, Head, Strategic Trends, Telecom Italia
Sandra Baule, Home Area Network Strategy & Integration Manager, San Diego Gas & Electric
Kristen Bowring, Senior Director, Platform Lead, Home Energy Management, Best Buy
Sarah Bresko, Sr. Product Manager, Pacific Gas and Electric Company
Scott Burns, Director of Innovation, Smart Energy, Direct Energy
Jeff Crews, Director, Business Development, 4Home Connected Solutions, Motorola Mobility, Inc.
Aine Denari, Director of Strategy, Ingersoll Rand
Christopher Deutschen, Senior Manager, Reliant
Patty Durand, Executive Director, Smart Grid Consumer Collaborative
Greg Ennis, Technical Director, Wi-Fi Alliance
Denis Garman, Strategy & Marketing, Duke Energy
Scott Hinson, Labs Director, Pecan Street Project Inc.
Fabrice Hoerner, Marketing Manager, Qualcomm
Stephen R. Johnson, Jr., Sr. Product Marketing Manager, Itron
Ogi Kavazovic, VP of Strategy and Marketing, Opower
Jay Kenny, Vice President, Marketing, Alarm.com
Dennis Kyle, VP of Strategic and New Market Development, Tendril
Stuart Lombard, President and CEO, ecobee
Annette Lown Mass, Assistant Public Counsel, Texas Office of Public Utility Counsel
Kevin Meagher, VP and GM Smart Home, Lowe's
Greg Memo, CEO, GreenWave Reality
Roy Perry, Vice President, Ecosystem Alliances, Alarm.com
Ted M. Reguly, Director - Customer Programs and Assistance, San Diego Gas & Electric
Allan Schurr, VP Strategy and Development, Global Energy and Utilities, IBM
Steve Shapiro, Group Director, ADT Security Services
Ann Shaub, Director - Product Management, Verizon
Isaias Sudit, CEO, Gridglo
Jonathan "J.T." Thompson, Global Utility Sales Leader, GE Appliances - Home Energy Management
Craig Tinder, Principal - Technology and New Products, Reliant
Kenneth Wacks, Member, GridWise Architecture Council, U.S. Department of Energy
Gene Wang, CEO, People Power Co.
Parks Associates also hosts a pre-show research workshop on February 28, "Quantifying the Consumer Value Proposition for Residential Energy Management," which features the panel session "Models for Consumer Engagement."
Smart Energy Summit sponsors include ADT Residential/Small Business, Alarm.com, Best Buy, ecobee, EcoFactor, GreenWave Reality, IPSO Alliance, Itron, Lowe's, People Power, Tendril, and the Z-Wave Alliance.
To register, visit www.smartenergysummit2012.com or contact 972-490-1113, email@example.com.
About Smart Energy Summit
Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer, hosted by Parks Associates, is the premier conference studying the market for residential energy management and smart grid technologies.
The event features a unique combination of market research, including Parks Associates' landmark Residential Energy Management service, and real-world expertise, with industry experts examining the current status of smart grids in the U.S. and around the world, the opportunities and pitfalls of integrating home systems with smart grids, and the new benefits to consumers from cloud services and in-home control products. http://www.smartenergysummit2012.com
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