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Most innovation in smart home energy management comes from start-ups – partnering with established companies with large customer bases is a key channel to market for these emerging players. We anticipate that 15% of Western European households will have a smart thermostat by 2018, because of rising energy prices and the increasing availability of smart home energy management services to help customers reduce their bills. Various players, notably utilities, are positioning themselves to take a share of this market.
This report provides:
-an introduction to smart home energy management services
-recommendations for operators wishing to enter the smart home energy management market
-market drivers and inhibitors
-strategies for operators
-utility and vendor case studies.
The report is accompanied by a data annex, which provides:
a potential retail revenue scenario for smart thermostats in Western Europe, 2013–2018
details of smart home energy management services from 11 utilities in North America and Western Europe.
The following companies are mentioned in this report.
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