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Sara Gutterman

As Co-Founder and CEO of Green Builder Media, the nation’s leading media company focused on sustainable living, Sara has established a reputation as a visionary thought leader and passionate advocate for sustainability. She works closely with a diverse group of stakeholders in the building industry to develop impactful, long-term green strategies that are simultaneously sustainable and profitable. A former venture capitalist, she has participated in a portion of the life cycle (from funding to exit) of over 20 companies. She graduated from Dartmouth College and holds an MBA in entrepreneurship and finance from the University of Colorado. She lives in Lake City, Colorado with her husband, where she is a County Commissioner as well an avid long-distance runner, snowboarder, and Crossfit trainer.
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From Mindless to Managed

Posted by Sara Gutterman

May 29, 2019 12:40:32 PM

The natural evolution of smart systems comes just in time to offer assisted living technology that works in the background. 

The smart home technology market, expected to reach $40 billion by next year, is providing a new level of convenience, efficiency, comfort, independence, and security to homeowners in all walks of life.

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Smart Home Evolution: Connected and Solar

Posted by Sara Gutterman

Jan 17, 2017 1:09:33 PM

As solar and smart technology continue to change, homeowners face exciting times ahead.

THE SOLAR AND SMART HOME technology categories are growing at meteoric rates. To date, the sectors have remained relatively independent, but their convergence will soon offer a game-changing level of control, independence and peace of mind to homeowners.
The global solar industry, expected to reach $345 billion by 2020, and the global smart home market, expected to hit $59 billion that same year, are arguably the building industry’s fastest-growing sectors.

One of the main drivers for this meteoric growth is the unprecedented transition from a high-consumption and low-automation market to the opposite: one of low consumption and high automation. This transition is fundamentally altering the performance of our built environment and the way that we interact with it.

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