Sensibo Climate Impact Report Highlights Progress in Sustainable HVAC Technology

Smart technology mitigates CO2 emissions, saves energy, and empowers users for a greener future.

Sensibo, a climate tech company specializing in smart AC solutions, recently released its 2023 Climate Impact Report, showcasing the company’s significant contribution to building a more sustainable future. The report details the remarkable achievements of its smart HVAC technology, highlighting its positive impact on energy conservation and emission reduction.

The Finding suggest s:

  • Reduced Carbon Footprint: Sensibo’s technology successfully mitigated 111,011 gross tons of CO2-eq in 2023, equivalent to taking over 22,000 gasoline-powered vehicles off the road for a year.
  • Energy Savings: Through its smart control systems, Sensibo facilitated 272 GWh of energy savings in 2023, comparable to the energy consumed by burning 21.7 million gallons of gasoline.
  • Managed Power & User Insights: The report also revealed 868 MW under management, signifying the company’s growing reach and influence on global energy consumption.

Founded in 2014, Sensibo has emerged as a pioneer in smart heating and cooling solutions. Recognized for its climate-focused products present in over 250,000 homes worldwide, the company was even included in TIME Magazine’s Best Inventions of 2023. Its core technology leverages AI, data analytics, and sensors to optimize indoor climate control and minimize energy consumption.

Sensibo recently integrated an AI Assistant powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT into its smart products. This innovative feature allows users to interact with their climate control systems using natural language, further simplifying energy conservation efforts and personalizing the user experience.

Recognizing the critical role heating and cooling systems play in global energy consumption, accounting for 25% of the total, Sensibo remains dedicated to developing impactful climate technology solutions. The company aspires to become the central intelligence behind every indoor climate system, utilizing billions of data points and AI learning to personalize comfort, energy efficiency, and air quality for individual homes and offices.

With the number of air conditioners and heat pumps projected to surpass 5 billion by 2050, compared to the current 1.5 billion, Sensibo’s insights reveal a concerning trend: 37% of users forget to turn off their ACs at least once a week. Through its innovative solutions, Sensibo aims to revolutionize this nearly century-old technology, achieving substantial energy savings and empowering users to minimize their environmental footprint.

“Sensibo has consistently championed its vision of becoming the brains of every indoor climate system,” said Ran Roth, CEO, and Co-Founder of Sensibo. “We invest heavily in research and development to assist over 250,000 homes worldwide in saving energy and contributing positively to the climate. Our systems, delivering up to 40% energy savings on heating and cooling costs, provide an effective solution to address some of the world’s most pressing challenges: climate change, energy, and air quality.”

The report also highlights Sensibo’s contribution to six of the UN Sustainable Development Goals and details the various ways its products combat climate change through emission reduction, resource conservation, and promoting sustainable habits.

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