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geo to focus on convergence and the Hybrid Home at European Utility Week 2016

geo will be taking part in European Utility Week in Barcelona (15-17 November). The geo stand (3D69) will illustrate the company’s commitment to the connected home of the future.

Exhibiting in the Intelligent Buildings Europe zone geo will focus on explaining its concept of the Hybrid Home and how it brings technologies and data services together under one roof. The Hybrid Home combines traditional and contemporary ways to power a home, including demand management and energy storage, to significantly reduce running costs whilst improving living standards. At the heart of the Hybrid Home is Topaz – geo’s integrated energy management system (iEMS) that works with individual technologies including metering services, energy storage, solar, smart heating and appliance controls to enhance their smartness and benefit the householder.

On the stand, geo will be showing Topaz, a battery storage system – in particular how it will fit in a typical home – and will also be showing its full range of connected energy services and smarter energy apps all designed to help consumers see, control and automate home energy.

Patrick Caiger-Smith, CEO at geo, commented: “EUW is a fantastic forum for us to show and discuss our vision of the connected home of the future. We will be able to meet with visitors who have a vested interest in the business models, partnerships and products that will allow technologies and services to converge. ”

For further information on European Utility Week and to register for the event:  http://www.european-utility-week.com/Register

EUW is a fantastic forum for us to show and discuss our vision of the connected home of the future. We will be able to meet with visitors who have a vested interest in the business models, partnerships and products that will allow technologies and services to converge.

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