Determined to create a sustainable future, Seattle–based startup NODE builds modern, modular homes that with carbon-negative capabilities.
“Radical sustainability” lies at the core of NODE, a Seattle–based company that builds carbon-negative homes that are green, durable, and energy-efficient.
Explains cofounder Bec Chapin, “Carbon negative accounts for not only the energy used to operate a building, but also looks at all the embedded carbon in the materials and construction. We want buildings to be able to able to remove carbon from the atmosphere.”
NODE uses technology to design ultra-efficient, prefabricated homes that require less energy to function. Equipped with built-in renewable energy and water technologies, NODE homes remove the need for fossil fuels, and according to Bec, “in turn will become the new energy resource generators for a grid that allows buildings to share power.”
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