october, 2022

26oct2:00 pmBECC Webinar: Equitable Digitalization of Residential Energy Technologies

Event Details

The digitalization of residential energy—using technologies such as programmable thermostats and smart meters—has spurred a new energy efficiency investments and helped spawn the “smart home” movement. Together with home electrification, this has provided opportunities to reduce households’ energy bills. But who benefits from home energy digitalization and how can we ensure that it is equitable?

Join Behavior, Energy & Climate Change (BECC) for a webinar to hear about the wide terrain of residential energy digitalization from the current state of the technology to the important concerns about privacy on Wednesday, October 26 at 2 pm.

Featured speakers:

  • Carlos Martín, PhD., Project Director, Remodeling Futures Program, Joint Center for Housing Studies of Harvard University
  • Therese Peffer, PhD., Project Manager & Researcher, CIEE/CITRIS – University of California, Berkele
  • Moderator: Reuven Sussman, PhD., Director of Behavior and Human Dimensions Program, American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE)


Register for the webinar here.


(Wednesday) 2:00 pm


Remote Event