Energy Management in the Connected Home: Competitive Landscape, Forecasts and Case Studies

by Fei Wang

Energy in the home is in the midst of a transformation. The growing proliferation of distributed solar, storage, electric vehicles and connected devices, along with the electrification of space and water heating is not only fundamentally changing residential households’ energy profile, but also making that profile less rigid and more controllable.

This report offers insights into the competitive landscape for home energy management systems (HEMS) solutions and connected devices, forecasts adoption of voice assistance devices, smart thermostats and connected lighting by residential households and analyzes vendor and utility strategy to increase market share and customer adoption.

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Fei Wang Senior Analyst, Grid Edge

Fei Wang is a Grid Edge Analyst with GTM Research specializing in customer energy management. Fei was previously a consultant in ICF’s energy practice where she worked on assessing the impact of environmental regulations for commercial, government and non-profit clients. Prior to that, Fei earned her Master of International Affairs with a concentration in energy and environment from Columbia University’s School of International and Public Affairs (SIPA). During graduate school, Fei worked with New York Power Authority (NYPA) on renewable energy procurement, the State Energy Plan and the ReCharge New York program. Fei holds a B.A. in Economics from Franklin & Marshall College.

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