ETCC Quarterly Meeting: Whole Home Energy Management
Technological and policy advances are making homes smarter and more efficient than ever before. However, there are still hurdles to overcome on our way to realizing the maximum benefits of these advances. This ETCC meeting will bring together customers, utilities, vendors, and industry experts on the leading edge of innovative residential technologies. Discussion will focus on specific technologies that show promise, the ambitious initiatives that are driving innovation in California and elsewhere, and the ways in which utilities can connect with customers to deliver energy efficiency and other benefits.
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9:00 AM - Breakfast and Networking
10:00 AM - Introduction, Safety, and ETCC Updates
10:15 AM - Understanding the Policy and Technology Landscape of Residential Efficiency in California
Breakthrough technologies, sophisticated service-providers, and a progressive policy framework are driving California’s housing stock to become more efficient than ever before. With legislation like AB 793—which seeks to enable smarter energy management though advanced technologies—and state zero net energy (ZNE) goals, plus the proliferation of connected appliances and new business models, the landscape is both more promising and complex than ever before. This discussion will focus on how to navigate this new landscape and will identify emerging opportunities, as well as barriers, to achieving even greater efficiency.
11:15 AM - Working Together to Decode the Marketplace and Drive Innovation
Residential customer needs and expectations are changing as fast as the technologies themselves. This discussion will focus on how utilities, vendors, builders, and other stakeholders can best understand the new trends among residential customers and the marketplace. We’ll also examine how to address unmet market needs, how utilities can help support innovation, and how regulators, utilities, researchers, and customers can all work to advance beneficial technology trends.
12:15 PM - Networking Lunch (provided)
1:15 PM - What’s the Next BIG Thing? Promising Technologies and Advanced Approaches
There’s no shortage of exciting new residential gas and electric technologies. Panelists will share some of the specific experiments, projects, and trials that are making waves in the residential space. The discussion will include lessons learned from recent pilots and tests, barriers to getting technologies into utility programs, and how to measure savings in the changing legislative landscape.
2:15 PM - Break
2:30 PM - Where the Rubber Meets the Road: Converting Opportunities into Success Stories
Now that we’ve explored some of the challenges and possible solutions in residential technologies, it’s time for an in-depth discussion of how to make change actually happen. This session will explore success stories in advancing new technologies, engaging trade ally networks, meeting ambitious state mandates, and interacting successfully with residential customers with leaders in these areas—both from within California and elsewhere.
3:15 PM - Wrap-Up
3:30 PM - Continued Networking