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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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  • Navigant Research Leaderboard: The Smart Home

    Assessment of Strategy and Execution for 15 Smart Home Solutions Providers

    The concept of a smart home has the potential to revolutionize the way people interact with their homes. Homes that act intuitively and intelligently through an ecosystem of communicating devices, software, and services can enrich consumers’ lives by fostering increased comfort, convenience, control, awareness, and cost and energy...

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  • UK Smart Cities Index 2017

    Assessment of Strategy and Execution for the UK’s Leading Smart Cities

    Since the last UK Smart Cities Index report was published in 2016, a series of global and local political changes have been reshaping the political and economic landscape in ways yet to be clear. This has only increased the focus on the role cities play in addressing some of the biggest challenges facing the UK. In parallel, the mom...

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  • The Smart Home

    Integrated Hardware, Software, and Service Platforms for the Smart Home:

    The concept of a smart home has the potential to revolutionize the way people interact with their homes. Homes that act intuitively and intelligently through an ecosystem of communicating devices, software, and services can enrich consumers’ lives by fostering increased comfort, awareness, convenience, and cost and energy savings....

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  • Smart Home Data Analytics

    Technology Stack, Value Chain, Use Cases, and Business Models

    Smart home data analytics solutions are still emerging and market participants are just beginning to realize the opportunity offered by volumes of data. Smart home device adoption is increasing, data streams are growing, and analytics are beginning to divulge information about what is going on in the home. Analytics solutions not o...

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Recent Blog Posts

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  • What Is a Smart Home and How Will It Play a Role in the Energy Cloud?

    November 3, 2017

    The concept of a smart home has the potential to revolutionize the way people interact with their homes. Homes that act intuitively and intelligently through smart home systems can enrich consumers’ lives by fostering increased comfort, awareness, convenience, and cost and energy savings. This concept also extends to the role that...

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  • Service Providers Capitalizing on Smart Home Opportunity

    October 17, 2017

    The smart home is a concept gaining hype and excitement with its futuristic promises. This market is projected to see significant growth, as Navigant Research expects smart home platform revenue to increase from $4.2 billion in 2017 to $39.5 billion in 2026. As discussed in our report, The Smart Home, a range of companies are vying ...

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  • Security Proves to Be a Strong Proposition for the Smart Home

    October 17, 2017

    Nest has long been known as the Google-backed consumer products company responsible for the innovative and sleek Nest Learning Thermostat. The company has had a fairly limited selection of consumer products for years. It only expanded upon its original thermostat with the Nest Protect smoke detector in 2013 and the Nest Indoor and O...

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  • Smart Home Expanding at European Utility Week

    October 12, 2017

    European Utility Week (EUW) is Europe’s flagship energy event of the year. It brings together over 10,000 delegates covering the entire smart energy value chain. I had a chance to attend this landmark event last week and was intrigued by the transition occurring in the energy industry. This event’s roots clearly lie in network o...

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Recent Press Releases

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