Monday, February 17, 2020

Parks Associates hosts 11th annual Smart Energy Summit, featuring keynotes from Austin Energy, Bidgely, CPS Energy, and Johnson Controls

Industry event hosted in Austin, Texas, this week addresses consumer engagement, smart home strategies, utility partnerships, data analytics, and AI-powered services in energy

Parks Associates hosts the eleventh annual Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer, this week, on February 17-19, in Austin, Texas, at the Omni Austin Downtown, featuring keynotes from Austin Energy, Bidgely, CPS Energy, Johnson Controls, and Parks Associates. The conference focuses on the current challenges, new services, and incremental shifts utilities are making to leverage connectivity in the home to save energy on the grid.

Event sponsors include FLO, Rapid Response Monitoring, AutoGrid, Bidgely, Copper Labs, Everise, Johnson Controls, Zen Ecosystems, Alarm.com, Sprosty Network, Austin Energy, Grid4C, and Inspire.

“Smart thermostat owners report high interest in energy monitoring services,” said Elizabeth Parks, President, Parks Associates said. “If 50% of smart thermostat owners participated at $5 per month, utilities could earn revenues up to $470 million per year. We are looking forward to a great event to talk about the future of energy for consumers and transformation of ecosystem players.”

Keynotes

Rob Davis, General Manager, Intrusion, Johnson Controls

Rudy Garza, Interim Chief Customer Engagement Officer, CPS Energy

Abhay Gupta, Founder & CEO, Bidgely

Debbie Kimberly, VP, Customer Energy Solutions & Corporate Communications, Austin Energy

Elizabeth Parks, President, Parks Associates

Speakers

Vikram Aggarwal, CEO, EnergySage

Eric Arnold, Residential Energy Efficiency Program Implementation Manager, Georgia Power

Rand Bailin, Partner, Sprosty Network

Shawn Barry, VP Strategic Sales, Alarm.com

Justin Berghoff, Director, Business Development & Product Management, Leviton

Joel Berntsen, Principal, New Technologies & Partnerships, Innovation & Growth Initiatives, Constellation Energy

Peter Butler, General Manager, Trusource Labs / Everise

Stacey Butler, Director, Security by Reliant, Reliant Home Services, and NRG Go, Reliant

Ron Chebra, Vice President, Grid Modernization, EnerNex

Jonathan Coons, Director of Marketing, EFI

Tim Costello, Chairman & Chief Executive, Builder Home Site

Eric Danziger, Chief Revenue Officer, Innowatts

Jeff Dion, Project Line Manager, FLO

James Douglas, President, Util-Assist Inc., a subsidiary of Alectra Utilities; Grid4C Board Member

Dan Forman, CEO, Copper Labs

Joel Gamoran, General Manager, Community Solar, Arcadia Power

Manny Garza, Customer Energy Solutions, Austin Energy

Ryan Gooch, VP of Sales, Powerley

Daan Goossens, VP of Growth, Mysa Smart Thermostats

David Goswick, Founder, HOUSE X

Roger Gregory, VP, Product, Ezlo Innovation

Sweta Hari, Director, Product Management, Lennox International

Scott Harkins, Vice President, General Manager of Connected Home, Resideo 

Dana Harmon, Executive Director, Texas Energy Poverty Research Institute

Reed Hinkel, Senior Manager, PSA Certified, Arm / PSA Certified

Joe Jankosky, Global Director, Utilities and IoT, Intel

Adam Justice, Founder and CEO, ConnectSense

Rahul Kar, VP of Industry Solutions, AutoGrid Systems

Christopher Keefe, Director - Product Management, Schneider Electric

Jay Lasseter, VP Sales, Landis+Gyr North America

Matthieu Loos, Director of Decarbonization, Hoa Cleantech

Håkan Ludvigson, CEO & Founder, Eliq

Emmanuel Maçon-Dauxerre, VP Global Accounts & Projects, Telit

Nathan Mancha, Director, EDF Energy

James Mater, GM, Smart Grid, QualityLogic, Inc.

Tom Matzzie, Founder, President & CEO, CleanChoice Energy

James McPhail, CEO, Zen Ecosystems

Martin Milani, CEO, Sunverge

Spencer Moore, Vice President, Sales and Marketing, Rapid Response Monitoring Services

Felicite Moorman, CEO, STRATIS IoT

Troy Morgan, CEO & Founder, PanTech Design

Wayne Morrison, Principal of Emerging Technologies, Reliant

James Muraca, VP of Product, Zen Ecosystems

Allison Neves, President, A7 Advisors

Daniel Nguyen, Senior Director, Marketing, FLO | AddÉnergie

Anne Arquit Niederberger, VP Market Development, Enervee

Wannie Park, VP Corporate and Business Development, Inspire

Mike Phillips, CEO, Sense

Karl Popham, Manager, Electric Vehicles & Emerging Technologies, Austin Energy

Daniel Roesler, Co-founder & CTO, UtilityAPI

Dan Ross, VP of Sales, Racepoint Energy

Suzanne Russo, CEO, Pecan Street Inc

Paul Schueller, Founder & CEO, Franklin Energy

Katie Shrewsberry, Founder, EcoCred, Exelon

Jamie Staples, Head of Key Energy Partnerships, Google

Emilie Stone, Director of Product, Uplight

Jason Thomas, Associate Director, Advanced Systems Product Management, Carrier

Camille Vargas, B2B Marketing Manager, Yonomi

Ken Wacks, President, Home, Building, and Utility Systems

Mike Wajsgras, Executive Director, Innovation and Growth, Constellation

Michael Wenzlaff, Senior Program Manager, Electric Vehicles, BC Hydro

Steve Wheat, Sr. Program Manager, Grid Services, Sunrun Inc.

Paul Williams, GM Product Management & Growth, GE Lighting

James Wilson, General Manager, Silicon Labs

Don Wingate, VP Microgrid Solution & Strategic Alliances, Schneider Electric 

 

Moderators / Parks Associates Analysts

Denise Ernst, Vice President, Parks Associates

Keshav Jaiswal, Researcher, Parks Associates

Chris O'Dell, Research Analyst, Parks Associates

Jason Paris, Director, Business Development, Parks Associates

Patrice Samuels, Senior Analyst, Parks Associates

Parks Associates will also host a pre-show research workshop, “Trends and Opportunities in Residential Energy Management,”on February 17, featuring detailed findings from the firm’s consumer and industry studies on the smart home, IoT, and energy management markets.

To schedule an interview with an analyst or to request data, please contact Elizabeth Parks at eparks@parksassociates.com, 972-490-1113.

About Smart Energy Summit

Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer examines the changing role of utilities and energy providers in the IoT era and offers research and insights on new opportunities to empower consumers with smart solutions to manage and save energy in the home. The conference addresses key questions for energy providers around leadership and alignment of goals between residential energy management solutions and the grid and presents strategies to expand business and revenue goals by incorporating smart products into energy programs.

Smart Energy Summit focuses on identifying opportunities across converging ecosystems to create new value in energy solutions through partnerships that leverage connected devices, energy management, utility services, and home control platforms and services. 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.

The eleventh annual Smart Energy Summit will take place February 17-19, 2020, at the Omni Austin Hotel Downtown in Austin, Texas. The summit agenda features leaders from utilities, state and national regulators, telecom and security companies, retailers, and OEMs. Follow the event on Twitter at @SmartEnergySmt and #SmartEnergy20. For information on speaking, sponsoring, or attending Smart Energy Summit, visit www.ses2020.com.
 

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