Joe Piccirilli to discuss green energy for smart homes at TecHomeX
Rosewater Energy Group has announced that chief executive officer, Joe Piccirilli, will be participating as a panelist at TecHomeX. TecHomeX will take place March 21 to 23 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida.
TecHomeX highlights the evolution of the connected home and the formation of a new industry that will bring smarter, greener and more convenient, efficient, secure and entertaining homes to the market.
“I’m looking forward to speaking with the progressive professionals attending TecHomeX in Orlando,” Joe Piccirilli, managing director and chief executive officer for Rosewater Energy Group, said in a statement.
“Being involved in the industry as long as I have, I see the transition occurring in the building industry as consumers demand efficiency and the ability to manage devices and power consumption. I’m here to help builders, installing professionals and contractors learn how to make tech work for their customers and business model.”
Piccirilli will speak on four panels:
Vision 2020 Breakfast:
Attendees can learn more about the vision for the TecHome circa 2020, including features and benefits integrators can deliver starting within the next decade. A panel of industry experts, including Joe Piccirilli, David Carolan of Smart Home Hero, Trip Speight of Legrand, David Daniels of HAUS and Jim Carroll of Connected Home Advisory, will help attendees understand the opportunities and threats of inaction for new technology.
The Next Step in Multi-Room Audio | Beyond Simple Distribution to Comfort and Quality of Sound:
Attendees can see what is possible now and explore the potential of smarter technologies, including occupancy sensors that can be combined with multi-room audio systems to deliver the best audio and sound pressure where and when it's needed. Joe Whitaker of The Thoughtful Home will join Joe Piccirilli to highlight 21st-century audio solutions for entertainment and daily living purposes.
Energy and Water Conservation for Multifamily Homes:
Solar and geothermal are becoming increasingly popular as energy generation sources for eco-conscious multifamily developments. Joe Piccirilli will share information about RoseWater Energy Group’s nano-carbon battery Hubs, the central location for renewable, grid produced and stored energy with the ability to transition from one energy source to another through its zero transfer time UPS. Other panelists include Steve Boyak from Laramar Group and Jerry Callahan from Heatworks.
Upstream Opportunities | Understanding Electrical Energy Generation, Storage and Power Conditioning:
Today's residential market features energy technology such as solar, geothermal, wind and micro combined heat and power systems, which save homeowners money and allow them to use clean energy for most or all of their electrical needs.Joe Piccirilli will share information about RoseWater Energy Group’s Residential Energy Management Hubs, which can manage independent energy through solar and wind without having to worry about natural disturbances and grid faults. Other panelists include John Predham from Elite Electrical Enterprises and Howard Ulman from Aquarius Brands.
TecHomeX will be at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Florida from March 21 to 23, 2016.