The Zero Emission House: Futuristic Japanese Innovation

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The Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry is constructing a futuristic, zero-emission, residential house to showcase their advances in state-of-the-art environmental and energy technology.

The house is being built to coincide with the G8 (Hokkaido Toyako) summit when it will be open to the media.

It is a pre-fabricated, single-storey structure featuring a 14.5kW photovoltaic power generation system, energy-saving appliances, energy-efficient lighting as well as a household fuel cell.

The zero emission house will have a total floor area of 200m2 and an exterior that reflects traditional Japanese beauty.

I wonder if they’re using any of those Nanosolar thin-film cells or solar curtains?



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