A new and creative housing development has just topped the scale of sustainable living as the world’s first for energy storage of its size.
The off-grid housing development is located in Chiang Mai, Thailand and is a huge progression in the journey towards greener living. Phi Suea House, developed by CNX Construction and owned by Sebastian-Justus Schmidt, is powered entirely using a solar-hydrogen system.
The development is 100% self-sustaining, and provides 24-hour, year-round access to clean energy, even during periods of bad weather, through the solar-powered hydrogen storage system.
It is comprised of buildings which include a workshop and guest-houses, although only five of the buildings, a large fishpond waterfall and a 400-square-meter swimming pool with a well pump, require any electricity.
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