Energy Management and Services in the Home

As energy costs rise and outages become more common, consumers seek ways to track their energy consumption, reduce what they use, or generate their own. There is no one-size-fits-all energy solution because habits and trends differ from big families in freestanding homes to singles in apartments. This research examines how customer groups differ in their adoption of devices and programs they use to save energy, money, and avoid blackouts. It includes trending adoption, purchase intention, and shifting consumer perspectives on home solar, energy monitoring solutions, battery storage, and electric vehicles.

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Methodology & Key Terms

Executive Summary

Ratepayers: Trying to Pay Less

Energy Management Concepts & Willingness to Pay

Familiarity with Energy Services and Programs

Power at Home: Generators, EVs, and Solar Panels

Selling Solar and Charging EVs

Smart Thermostats and How They're Used


Publish Date: 1Q 2023

Slides: 80

Authored By:
Chris White - Research Director
Yilan Jiang - Senior Director of Consumer Analytics
Sharon Jiang - Consumer Insights Analyst II
Yuting Mu - Consumer Insights Analyst I

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