Atlanta, GA (PRWEB) February 21, 2014
Solid Green Systems, a leader in delivering smart building solutions, and Ekotrope, a leading provider of energy modeling solutions to work together to facilitate delivery of high performance buildings.
“We are excited to work with Solid Green Systems, the leader for smart building solutions, to bring together our best in class solutions. Together we will provide a more robust product offering to better monetize the value of high performance modifications to building and property,” said Ziv Rozenblum, founder and CEO of Ekotrope. “We will offer unparalleled value to builders, commercial property owners, and home buyers.”
"Solid Green Systems and Ekotrope’s joint smart building materials and software application empower designers, architects and engineers with real-time assessments that reduce construction costs, increase air quality, increase energy efficiency, and increase financial return on investments,” said Andres Carvallo, founder and CEO of Compass Management Group and member of Solid Green Systems’ Advisory Board. “I am so excited to finally see homes and buildings truly becoming smart.”
Ekotrope will be participating with Solid Green Systems on a panel discussion at the 2014 RESNET Annual Conference in Atlanta, GA on Monday, February 24, 2014. The panel discussion will focus on the paradigm shift happening in construction with projects now focusing on long term ROI vs. building costs alone. Ekotrope will also be a guest speaker at an invitation-only breakfast hosted by Solid Green Systems on Tuesday, February 25, 2014. The breakfast will take the discussion a step further and discuss how this new framework will affect builders and energy raters and provide new opportunities for their clients’ success..
“By working with Ekotrope, the leader in energy modeling software, we are creating a new way of planning construction projects and quantifying the results. We will more accurately be able to evaluate how different combinations of build materials and smart building devices impact building performance,” said David Carolan, founder and CEO of Solid Green Systems. “This is only the beginning of a mutually beneficial relationship that will provide lasting value to all involved stakeholders.”
About Solid Green Systems
Solid Green Systems manufactures a patented residential and commercial exterior wall and roof system made of EPS foam and light-gauge steel. Its system is faster to build, comparable in cost to most traditional building methods, and saves more than 50% on energy bills. For more information, please visit http://www.solidgreensystems.com.