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Pacific Northwest companies merge and raise cash to build energy efficient, modular construction tech

Lisa Stifler of GeekWire writes on two Pacific Northwest companies that have merged to build energy-efficient modular construction tech.

The C3 Take
  • NODE, a Seattle-based carbon cutting construction company, and eco-focused real estate developer Green Canopy, are forming a partnership that will be called Green Canopy NODE.
  • The partnership will use AI and technology to build climate-friendly modular panels for construction projects.
  • Free markets and the private sector are creating the innovations that are needed for a cleaner future.

“There’s general agreement that the construction sector is well overdue for modernizing, and many see modular or prefab technology as part of the solution. NODE has been developing an approach to building energy-saving homes out of pre-fabricated components made from environmentally friendly materials. The strategy cuts the amount of labor needed, has a smaller carbon-footprint and could help address the housing shortage, Chapin said.”

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