Tech-led smart building company Etopia has signed a partnership to create homes of the future with Samsung Electronics.
Etopia categorises itself as 'ecitech' combining 'energy, construction and intelligent technologies' to build some of the world’s highest performing buildings.
Project Etopia chief executive and founder Joseph Daniels said: “Etopia is at the forefront of climate change ‘by providing housing that has either no negative impact on the environment or actually provides more energy than it uses. We have pioneered technologies across the construction, energy and IoT industries to create the blueprint for the homes of the future, as we recognise that the climate change fight will need support from all sectors, and Samsung partnering with Etopia shows that big tech is taking the fight seriously and I for one am extremely delighted to be partnered with one of the world's leading technology company to increase our efforts.'
Francis Chun, president and chief executive, Samsung Electronics UK & Ireland added: “At Samsung, we believe that innovation is only truly meaningful if it enables people to make progress in their lives. Across everything we do, our efforts aim to be in harmony with our planet, and this partnership sets out to do exactly that. We are proud to be taking a step into this field and are delighted to be working with Etopia to help build a better future.”
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