Sensibo reports impact of smart HVAC


06 March 2024

Climate tech company Sensibo says its smart HVAC technology mitigated 111,011 gross tons of CO2-eq in 2023 - equivalent to taking 22,000 petrol-powered vehicles off the road for a full year.

According to Sensibo's 2023 Climate Impact Report, the company also saved 272 GWh of energy and managed 868 MW.

Recently, Sensibo launched an AI Assistant integrated into its smart heating and cooling products, powered by OpenAI’s ChatGPT. The AI Assistant understands complex requests from the users and reacts to their intentions, empowering Sensibo users to further conserve energy and integrate ChatGPT's capabilities seamlessly into their everyday heating and cooling routines and further enhance the Sensibo user experience. 

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With 1.5 billion air conditioners and heat pumps in operation worldwide, a figure projected to surpass 5 billion by 2050, Sensibo's research reveals that approximately 37% of air conditioning users forget to turn off their devices at least once a week. Sensibo says it aims to achieve substantial energy savings while reducing customers' carbon footprints.

“Sensibo has diligently championed our vision of becoming the brains of every indoor climate system, investing significantly in research and development to assist over 250,000 homes worldwide in saving energy and contributing positively to the climate,” says Ran Roth, CEO, and co-founder of Sensibo. “Our systems, delivering up to 40% energy savings on heating and cooling expenditures, provide an effective solution to address some of the world's most pressing challenges: climate change, energy, and air quality.”

The report is available here.