Sustainability begins in the home. In the U.S., households generate as much as 20 percent of all CO₂ emissions, according to the National Academy of Sciences. If the world is to achieve net-zero emissions by 2050, our homes must evolve along with buildings and industries to become more digital and electric. In this session, Richard Korthauer, V.P. of Final Distribution Business, will explain how the new energy landscape will transform the way homes use energy. He’ll also highlight innovations such as the Wiser Energy™ home power monitor that empower homeowners to track down energy waste and save on their power bills.
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