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Powering the People 2.0 - Panel III - Engaging the New Energy Consumer

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Published on Apr 6, 2012

Recent years have seen a proliferation of game-changing energy management technologies, public awareness campaigns, consumer products, and unprecedented levels of media coverage of energy issues; these trends are converging to transform the way consumers use and think about energy. The new energy consumer is at the hub of a network of innovations that includes in-home displays, programmable thermostats, distributed power, EVs, zero-net energy buildings, and aggressive energy targets and mandates. To reach them, utilities and entrepreneurs are teaming up to create a 21st Century paradigm for customer engagement.

In this panel discussion, recorded at the Edison Foundation/IEE's Powering the People 2.0 conference in Washington, DC on March 22, 2012, moderator Peter Delaney and panelists Lisa Hillenbrand, Peter Honebein, Jon Lanning, and Judith Schwartz discuss the challenges and opportunities that face utility companies as they seek to engage customers in the new energy marketplace.

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