Consumer energy management - Bringing innovative technologies and effective solutions together for comfort, cost savings and environmental sustainability.
Home is where people live and it is a key battle ground for energy conservation. Experts in the energy domain have indicated repeatedly on the importance of energy conservation in balancing supply and demand of power and energy consumption in the coming years. Finding new sources of renewable energy is much needed and the efforts are continuing. Having the renewables by itself on the supply side is necessary but not sufficient. This must be augmented by a corresponding and concerting effort to reduce and better manage the demand side. There are technologies and solutions in the marketplace for deployment in the home. From a consumer perspective, it is more efficient to have these solutions integrated together in a systematic way in the form of a home network. The keynote speaker for the June 26 GTEx Forum will provide insights and current trends in this area.
About the speaker:
Ted Singh is the Business Development Manager and co-founder of Embedded Automation. With over 20 years of expertise in the area of industrial software, he manages Embedded Automation's dynamic suite of automated systems designed to make the home more energy efficient. Previously, Ted held business development positions at Triant Technologies, Brooks Automation, Cimetrix Robotic Systems, Adept Technologies and Taylor Industrial Software. Ted earned a B.Sc. in Computer Engineering and a Business Development Diploma from the University of Alberta.
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