For years, we have been told that the connected home of the future will deliver greater levels of security, comfort, convenience, and energy efficiency. However, the lack of intelligence that the current "smart home" actually delivers is disappointing. In the meantime, the energy transition has brought distributed generation and storage assets to the built environment and is contributing to the evolution of the home ecosystem. This ecosystem is now split into two branches: one concerned with smart home capabilities, and another focusing on larger, more energy-intensive systems in the home like rooftop solar, battery systems, and electric vehicle chargers. In this webinar, we will discuss how the smart home has been failing to deliver on its wild promises and how the new energy systems in the home may give it a second chance by granting opportunities for other players to try and deliver on such promises. Note: Lux analysts have reviewed this content in the last six months and deemed it still current and relevant. We will continue to periodically review content for recency and relevance, and will either archive or refresh this content as the situation requires. Please reach out to your Customer Success Manager if you have any further questions.
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