Two Thirds of Smartphone Users Are Interested
ON World's recently published report presents the survey findings with 500+ early technology adopters on current usage trends, drivers and preferences for home energy management systems and services.
San Diego, CA March 19, 2012— Affordable solutions from multiple distribution channels are bringing home energy management solutions to the mass market, according to ON World, a global technology research firm.
In 2016, smart home energy systems and services will reach $4 billion worldwide, sold through utilities, home service providers, custom installers and retail outlets.
"As consumers are becoming more knowledgeable about home energy management, vendors are differentiating their offerings to fit specific lifestyle needs," says Mareca Hatler, ON World's research director. "In addition to seamlessly integrating with existing home networks and mobile devices, consumers want automated energy savings, time of use pricing incentives, and access to real-time energy data."
Some of the survey's findings include the following:
Based on 569 in-depth surveys with early technology adopters, ON World's recently published 2012 report, "Home Energy Management: Early Adopter Views & Preferences," may be purchased separately or as part of a report set that also includes "Smart Home Energy Systems and Cloud Services" and "Home Energy Management Ecosystem."
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