Welcome to the Integrated Home Competition

Control. Convenience. Comfort. With the wide range of integrated home products in the market, it can be difficult for consumers to choose the best ones. The Integrated Home Competition provides designers and manufacturers the opportunity to stand out from the crowd by awarding energy saving, connected products that deliver the best consumer experience.


Imagine a connected, efficient home where systems such as heating and cooling, water heating, appliances, and lighting seamlessly communicate and optimize valued amenities. Where an entire home automatically addresses consumer preferences through established settings combined with occupancy data, energy prices, algorithms, and machine learning. A home that enables improved consumer experience through customized recommendations for saving money on energy bills, increased comfort at home, contributions to more reliable energy delivery, and the ability to prevent and repair equipment failures more easily.

The Integrated Home Competition identifies and supports newly available products that will help achieve this vision. The Competition promotes connected devices and systems for homes that meet consumer expectations in terms of interoperability, reliability, and simplicity of use with an emphasis on delivering energy and demand savings.

Is your connected home product or system innovative? Does it offer a unique value proposition? Provide a seamless consumer experience? Deliver energy savings and load management capabilities?

If so, LEARN MOREabout the Competition and consider submitting your product for evaluation in 2022 to garner support from the utility industry and receive a year of promotion!

Looking for Lighting & Homes for Tomorrow? Learn more about the transition to the Integrated Home Competition here.


Air Conditioning, Heating, & Refrigeration Institute (AHRI) Logo
American Lighting Association (ALA) logo

Consortium for Energy Efficiency (CEE)

UL logo

Attachments Energy Rating Council (AERC) logo

Building Performance Institute

Commonwealth Edison
Consumers Energy logo
DTE Energy
Duke Energy Logo
Efficiency Vermont

Electric Power Research Institute (EPRI) logo


Heating, Air-conditioning & Refrigeration Distributors International (HARDI) logo

National Grid
Natural Resources Canada / Ressources Naturelles Canada (NRCan) logo


National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) logo
Parks Associates
Pacific Gas and Electric Company


Silicon Valley Power logo

Southern California Edison logo

United Illuminating (UI) logo