Sustainable Solutions for Energy-Efficient and Affordable Housing: Insights from Chris Anderson, CEO of Vantem
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Welcome to this episode of Hardware to Save a Planet. Today, Dylan is joined by Chris Anderson, CEO of Vantem, a company that delivers cost-effective, climate-resilient, energy-efficient homes at scale. Chris is based in Greensboro, North Carolina, in America. 

Join them as they discuss how Vantem's proprietary panel technology simplifies construction and improves energy efficiency. They delve into the importance of affordable housing and how Vantem’s approach reduces costs. The conversation also touches on the magnitude of the housing shortage and the role of innovative companies in addressing climate change.

If there’s anyone who knows the ins and outs of sustainable construction, it’s 
Chris Anderson. He is the Founder and CEO of Vantem and heads the team that developed the Vantem System and pioneered its implementation. Before Vantem, Chris was the Founder and CEO of Simex, a company focused on sustainable timber harvesting, which he grew to 1,600 employees operating in six countries.

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