Counterbalance Announces Partnership with Smart Building Center (SBC) in Seattle
Seattle, WA - Counterbalance, a technology startup on a mission to make buildings inherently more sustainable, is excited to announce a new partnership with the Smart Building Center (SBC) in Seattle. This collaboration aims to further the mission of both organizations in taking building energy efficiency to the next level and accelerating the adoption and commercialization of smart building technologies and practices.
"We recognize the importance of energy efficiency and sustainable building practices in reducing environmental impact," said Taylor Vick, Founder and CEO at Counterbalance. "Through our partnership with the SBC, we will have access to the latest advancements in smart building tools, solutions, and market innovations, enabling us to improve and expand the capabilities of our offerings on a continuous basis. Together, we aim to drive the adoption of emerging building technologies that reduce energy waste and create a greener and more sustainable future for all."
Counterbalance is a Seattle-based company focused on creating technology solutions to make buildings inherently more sustainable. Their flagship product, Green Stack, empowers building owners and operators to monitor, analyze, and optimize their energy usage, reducing their environmental impact. Counterbalance is committed to harnessing the power of technology and innovation to create a more sustainable future.
About the Smart Building Center (SBC)
The Smart Building Center (SBC) is a project collaboration with the Northwest Energy Efficiency Council, based in Seattle, dedicated to educating and empowering building professionals and homeowners to create energy-efficient and environmentally friendly buildings. With programs such as the Tool Lending Library and the Innovation Center, the SBC provides resources and education to promote sustainable building practices.
To stay updated on the collaboration between Counterbalance and the Smart Building Center, visit the SBC's website at www.smartbuildingscenter.org/partners.