Homes today are full of IoT devices that can be power gozlers as often as they need to be operated. But it is just as important to keep homes as energy efficient as possible, if not for economic reasons, but at least for environmental constraints.
Enter Samsung Electronics, And has announced a new strategic partnership with QSells to provide a “zero energy home” solution.
QSells is a manufacturer of solar cells and modules based in South Korea.
The two companies will work to come up with homes that generate their energy from renewable energy sources to reduce carbon emissions.
Samsung will provide an eco-friendly heating system (EHS) heat pump and a system that will efficiently manage the energy used by various smart home appliances.
Homes should be self-sufficient on the energy front
Basically , Samsung’s Smart Thing The energy service Q CLLS will be connected to solar modules and energy storage systems for efficient energy consumption of household appliances.
For example, this setup can automatically replace home appliances that are connected to the platform at night or on cloudy days when the use of solar power is hard.
According to Samsung, a zero-energy home is self-sufficient in energy that is drawn from home. This is achieved through both renewable energy generation and reducing energy consumption.
Jason Lee, President and Head of Samsung Electronics’ Digital Appliances Business, said, “We are expanding our presence by furthering our collaboration with Q CELLS and strengthening the Samsung brand in global markets. We are Samsung’s Smart. Expect tremendous synergy between home appliances and smarts platforms, and QSell’s solar and storage solutions.
To begin with, the deal will come with home appliance solutions in the United States and Europe, where green energy is in high demand.