Join us for these upcoming industry events, including SECC’s two annual conferences, monthly webinars, research presentations from SECC staff and partner events.
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In this Energy Central webinar, speakers from Consumers Energy, PSEG-LI and Sacramento Municipal Utility District (SMUD) will share their time-of-use (TOU) best practices, along with advice on how to successfully champion these transitions internally. In addition, the panelists will discuss the value of GridX’s revenue-grade Enterprise Rate Engine to create the analytics and insight necessary to pursue their TOU roll out strategies and maintain high customer satisfaction. Register here > > >Find out more »
Are adopters of smart home technologies satisfied with the devices in their home? Are they fully taking advantage of energy-saving capabilities? Why have non-adopters not pursued these devices? And what benefits and messaging would motivate them to adopt? These are a few questions that we’ll look to address in this upcoming webinar on the “Smart Home and Energy Data: What Do Consumers Want?” research. We’ll also explore important questions around smart home devices, energy usage data, data access and data…Find out more »
With summertime in full swing, we will take a deep dive into recent energy efficiency programs from California’s investor-owned utilities that incentivized smart thermostat adoption among residential customers. Based on an evaluation from DNV, the presentation will look at the customer experience for program participants, how consumers used their thermostats and ultimately what savings were achieved. The featured speakers will also discuss key opportunities for customer education and other important takeaways from DNV’s evaluation.Find out more »
In the second webinar in the series on summertime energy savings, we will take a look at residential programs from Entergy New Orleans and Ameren Illinois. First, we will hear how Ameren incentivized smart thermostat adoption among their customers, including delivering free smart thermostats to thousands of low-income consumers. Then, we will learn about several programs from Entergy New Orleans to help residential customers save energy, including income-qualified weatherization, lighting and appliance rebates, an online marketplace and more.Find out more »