Rescheduled / Postponed event: Smart Electric Homes Virtual Forum

June 29, 2021- Online Event

Due to the current virus situation, this conference is being rescheduled to dates in 2022, when it can be held in-person. Please check back for upates.

Making the sustainable, next-gen smart home a reality

Revenue worldwide for fully electrified home technologies is projected to soar to $12.9 billion in 2029, up from $2.4 billion in 2020, according to Guidehouse Insights. Although about 70 million homes in the U.S. use natural gas, oil, or propane to heat interior rooms and water, electrification technologies are quickly becoming more cost-effective and more reliable than fossil fuel systems in various planning scenarios and regions. image

The Smart Electric Homes Virtual Forum on June 29, 2021 examines the market opportunities and strategies for achieving success in the growing market for smart energy homes in North America. Energy providers, builders, desginers, software and smart appliance providers will gather virtually to share insights and network at the forefront of sustainable, smart home development. This is a unique opportunity to network with thought leaders, innovators and executives driving this key market.

100% Online, 100% Interactive

Powered by GoToMeeting the secure virtual platform allows for live interaction between speakers and fellow attendees via audio, video, chat and PowerPoint presentation. Attendees have the opportunity to view the attendee list and set up meetings & introductions with fellow registrants, facilitated by the organiser.

Breaks between sessions allow for plenty of networking time, and streaming recordings of all presentations will be available post-confernece for on-demand viewing by registered participants.


  • Leah Louis-Prescott, Senior Associate, Carbon-Free Buildings, Rocky Mountain Institute (RMI)
  • Dick T. Co, Ph.D., President & Co-Founder, Evanston Development Cooperative
  • Michael Koenig, Honda Smart Home Project Leader and Building Systems Development, American Honda Motor Company
  • Scott Sanders, President and CEO, BrightLeaf Homes
  • Conrad McCallum, Director of Communications, Continental Automated Buildings Association (CABA)

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Event details
Organizer : SGO
Event type : Conference
Reference : ASDE-23000