Samsung Showcases Connected Home Appliances Designed for Sustainable Living at KBIS 2023
Samsung sets the standard with sustainable, connected, and customizable lifestyle products that meet the needs of today’s homebuyers, builders, and designers
Bespoke appliances have quickly grown in popularity since they were introduced to the U.S. market in 2021, with Bespoke refrigerators as the centerpiece. The ever-expanding line now includes full kitchen packages, laundry and floor care products.
This year, Samsung is offering Bespoke customization to the built-in cooking category and also introducing new refrigerator models. With the new additions, Samsung aims to continue to help make energy savings a seamless part of everyday life, enhance SmartThings’ connected services in more ways, and empower more personalized experiences in 2023.
“Sustainability, connectivity and personalization are top of mind for today’s homeowners and homebuyers,” said Ik Soo Choi, EVP and Head of Sales and Marketing Team of the Digital Appliances Business at Samsung Electronics. “We’re excited to be back at KBIS to showcase how our products inspire people to create sustainable living spaces that truly reflect their personal style, with connectivity that empowers new ways of living.”
Unlock Everyday Sustainability
At KBIS, Samsung will showcase efforts to enhance sustainability throughout the product life cycle – from production to distribution, use, and disposal – and highlight the added energy savings that come with its SmartThings Energy service. The service delivers easy-to-understand information about your smart home energy usage, as well as tips to help you save more power. Its intuitive AI Energy Mode automatically optimizes settings to reduce the amount of energy consumed by connected Samsung appliances, making it easy to maximize energy savings and help lower your home’s energy costs. This includes up to 15% savings for compatible refrigerators, up to 20% for compatible air conditioners, and up to 35% for compatible washers on select cycles.
For its efforts with SmartThings Energy, Samsung has been awarded the industry’s first mass-market Smart Home Energy Management Systems certification by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). The EPA has also awarded Samsung 260 ENERGY STAR® certifications, including 43 “Most Efficient” recognitions.
KBIS attendees can also learn more about the new Less Microfiber Cycle and Filter, the former of which cuts microplastic emissions during laundry by up to 54%. Now available in Europe, the cycle will roll out to compatible washers in Korea from February this year and in the U.S. soon.