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Paige Leuschner, Research Analyst

Paige Leuschner

Paige Leuschner is a research analyst with Navigant Research in the Building Innovations program, managing the Residential Energy Innovations research service and supporting the Internet of Things research service. Leuschner specializes in the smart home, Internet of Things, smart thermostats, home energy management, demand-side management, and utility customer engagement.

Prior to joining Navigant Research, Leuschner was a product development intern at Yes Energy, where she developed software for energy traders and studied independent system operators across the United States. Fluent in Chinese, Leuschner spent the summer of 2014 on a U.S. Department of State Critical Language Scholarship, learning Chinese in Suzhou. She was also the recipient of a Tang Fund Scholarship for study in China.  She holds a BA degree, cum laude, in Chinese, international affairs, and economics from the University of Colorado-Boulder.

Recent Reports

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  • Maximizing the Residential Energy Customer Experience with Emerging Solutions

    The global electric power industry is facing a fundamental shift from centralized generation toward a mix of distributed energy resources (DER) and smart grid solutions. This mix, known as the Energy Cloud, is poised to disrupt traditional utility models for residential customers. Meanwhile, technology disruptors looking for new mar...

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  • Capitalizing on the Nexus of IoT and Home Healthcare

    The healthcare industry faces many challenges that are contributing to rising demand for healthcare services and increases in associated costs. Healthcare providers and patients are looking for cheaper, more cost-effective solutions. Technology can solve these issues by enhancing the quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care an...

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  • Smart Appliances Expand Smart Home IoT Opportunity for Energy Customers

    A wave of adoption of smart home and Internet of Things (IoT) products and technologies has risen among consumers seeking greater automation, energy savings, and convenience in their homes. Products like smart thermostats, connected lights controlled by voice activation, and smart locks have gained a foothold among a growing number ...

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  • Managing IoT Cybersecurity Threats in the Energy Cloud Ecosystem

    Cybersecurity attacks threaten the grid, enterprises, and consumer devices on a nearly constant basis. The growing adoption of Internet of Things (IoT) devices and systems heightens this threat, giving attackers an expanding number of vectors and surfaces to target. At risk are not only valuable digital assets, private information, ...

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Recent Blog Posts

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  • Tech Companies Are Shifting Health Services to the Home

    April 12, 2018

    The healthcare industry faces many challenges due to a growing elderly population, increased lifespans, general population growth, and a greater number of chronic conditions. The digitization of healthcare is solving some of these issues by enhancing the quality and cost-effectiveness of patient care and support. Digital healthcare ...

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  • What Amazon’s Acquisition of Ring Means

    April 5, 2018

    At the beginning of 2018, I wrote a blog covering Amazon’s Key delivery service, which was introduced to enhance package delivery by allowing couriers access to customer’s homes to ensure safe package delivery regardless of customer availability. Amazon’s latest innovation raised concerns about how far the boundaries of techno...

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  • Trends from Light + Building 2018

    March 29, 2018

    When I registered to attend the infamous Light + Building trade show in Frankfurt months ago, I never could have imagined its massive scale. This colossal trade show hosted over 2,700 exhibitors and 220,000 attendees, and featured just about any company you can imagine with stakes in the digitization of lighting design, building man...

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  • Are Smart Devices Too Smart for Their Own Good?

    February 22, 2018

    There is so much promise around how smart devices will make our lives more comfortable, convenient, efficient, and automated. These devices are supposed to learn from our lifestyle patterns, analyze this information in real-time, and perform tasks seamlessly in the background, without it even occurring to the user that all of this s...

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Recent Press Releases

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