Smart Energy Summit continues with “MDUs: Leveraging Proptech for Smart Energy Management”

by Parks Associates | Apr. 20, 2021

Parks Associates' twelfth annual Smart Energy Summit: Engaging the Consumer virtual series continues with the upcoming session MDUs: Leveraging Proptech for Smart Energy Management on April 28 from 12:30 PM to 2:45 PM CST. Industry leaders will address energy management solutions adopted in the MDU and multifamily environment, including new builds and retrofit, and successful strategies and partnerships in deploying and marketing these solutions.

Register now to secure your seat for interactive discussions that address the evolution of the consumer utility market, the impact of COVID-19 on energy management programs, and new opportunities to drive engagement in utility-sponsored programs. This session will highlight exclusive Parks Associates research as well as insights from industry experts from PointCentral, an companySmartRentENTOUCH, and Latch.

Research Featured During This Session:

  • 43% of US broadband households stating they would prefer to live in a community powered by solar energy, but low familiarity with energy devices is still a barrier for adoption for most households.
  • Only 26% of respondents report they are “very familiar” with electric vehicles, despite the fact that a growing number of products are now on the market.
  • Lifestyle changes due to COVID-19 have renewed some interest in these solutions—20% of US broadband households report that COVID-19 has increased their interest in a smart energy solution that would help them manage their energy use, cost, and comfort. 

Dont miss this opportunity to network with leaders from utilities, state and national regulators, telecom and security companies, retailers, and OEMs. The conference is sponsored by BidgelyGrid4CAustin EnergyOssiacoFLO, and American Water Homeowner Services.

Register today to join the upcoming sessions on April 28, August 4, and October 27!

For more information about this event, please visit

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