Samsung SmartThings to expand efficiency services in 2022 with partners

Samsung SmartThings

Samsung SmartThings Energy, the energy efficiency technology company, announced it will expand its services through collaborations with leading companies in the clean energy and energy management fields. Particularly, it has partnered with Constellation, Logical Buildings, and Oracle Utilities in the United States.

Firstly, SmartThings is Samsung’s premier technology in IoT and connected living. As an energy company, it was launched in July, 2021 to allow users efficient energy management and cost savings. However, the company has a special focus on lowering customers’ carbon footprint.

Consequently, the partnership with Constellation will focus on sustainability; energy efficiency, allowing people to manage home energy use responsibly and easily when at home or away. Constellation is a Baltimore-based energy solutions provider, subsidiary of Exelon.

In addition, through the collaboration with Logical Buildings, users of SmartThings will be able to participate in ConED’s demand response program. Users will be able to access information on their personal energy use; then use the SmartThings Energy app to automate their devices to help them save energy and earn rewards.

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Samsung SmartThings to continue collaborations through 2022

On the other hand, SmartThings will be working with Oracle Utilities to devise solutions that pair Oracle’s contextual and behavioral energy insights with SmartThings device and automation capabilities. As a result, consumers will have the power to use energy in a smarter way, therefore saving money.

All of these partnerships will work in synergy with the already established capabilities of SmartThings Energy. These include energy home monitoring and individual device/disaggregated energy monitoring. Chanwoo Park, Executive Vice President and Head of IoT Business group at Samsung Electronics said he was proud of Samsung’s commitment to environmental sustainability and energy efficiency.

He also remarked. “By continuing to expand the platform with new integrations and partnerships, SmartThings Energy is defining the future of home energy management in the most accessible way possible.”

Finally, the company said it will continue to work in 2022 with additional partners; those being Enersponse for grid service programs and utility integration; Wallbox on EV charging solutions, and with Eaton for smart breaker integrations.

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