It isn’t automation scheduling or remote control of the thermostat that is helping us embrace a greener lifestyle – it's insight.
Imagine if a utility could send the right message, about the right type of program, to someone who they know would benefit from that specific energy efficiency solution.
Powerley utility customers share their success stories with EEI about commercializing smart home energy management.
BC Hydro’s new smart home energy management app called HydroHome saved one man $700 last year on his power bill.
A new personalized home and energy assistant is delivering greater levels of insight by creating connections that utilize the full potential of electricity to link every part of the home.
Beyond just financial approaches, it is the DNA of the utility itself that must be changed to re-activate the innovative culture that revolutionized our world a century ago.
Blockchain – it has made waves by tracking and encrypting transactions, but now this groundbreaking process has the potential to make waves in the energy industry as well.
With energy efficiency and distributed resources taking a toll on traditional business, utility executives are wrestling with how they can meet expected revenue growth.