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SDG&E to discuss its thermostat program at Smart Energy Summit

San Diego Gas & Electric and Alarm.com will discuss opportunities emerging from their cooperative thermostat program in the opening keynote "Partnering for Success in Home Energy Management" at the fourth annual Smart Energy Summit in San Antonio, Feb. 25-27.

Roy Perry, vice president of Alarm.com, and Ted Reguly, director of customer programs and projects for SDG&E, will discuss partnerships and business models that leverage the growing base of connected devices in U.S. homes during their keynote on Feb. 26 at 9 a.m.

“SDG&E is leveraging a deployed connected device, in this case an Alarm.com thermostat, in this unique program,” said Tom Kerber, director of research, home controls and energy for Parks Associates, the host of the summit. “This important program could demonstrate new opportunities to both utilities and device manufacturers that will impact energy usage without having to go through lengthy pilot programs. This keynote will provide invaluable perspective to Smart Energy Summit attendees.”

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