• Zero Energy Consuming home built by students of Tianjin University

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    “Sunflower”, a zero energy-consuming home built in Tianjin, north China, by students of the Tianjin University, aims to make living more eco-friendly. This house features an energy-saving kitchen. It also employs an automatic temperature and humidity control entirely powered using solar energy. Apart from this, it uses a “recycling-toilet” to save water. These features reduce dependence on conventional resources to a great level along with being friendly towards the environment.

    The “Sunflower” is a brilliant eco-friendly concept planned and executed by the students of Tianjin University and it will participate in the Solar Decathlon to be held in Spain in 2010.

    Posted in Topics:Architecture, Tags: , on March 29, 2010