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Panasonic Japan Zero-Emission Eco Ideas House: Saving, Creating, and Storing Energy

Geschreven op 5-9-2010 - Erik van Erne. Geplaatst in Duurzaam, Energie en Besparing Facebooktwitterredditpinterestlinkedintumblrmail

Eco Ideas HousePanasonic presents a lifestyle with virtually zero CO2-emissions throughout the entire Eco Ideas House by saving, creating and storing energy. At the IFA 2010 Panasonic Europe presented a Mini Eco House placed in front of the stage. It is a European interpretation of the Eco Ideas House in Japan and it expresses how Panasonic’s products can help realize a green, comfortable lifestyle.

See also: Panasonic Eco Ideas: New Eco Ideas Targets for Panasonic Europe announced at IFA 2010

In an era when the world is tackling the reduction of CO2 emissions,Panasonic proposes a lifestyle with virtually zero CO2 emissions throughout the entire house. CO2 emissions are thoroughly reduced by enhancing energy-saving performance of home appliances and utilizing building materials with high insulation performance. And the remaining energy will be supplied by creating and storing energy with a combination of fuel cells, solar power generator and accumulator batteries. On the other hand, natural blessings such as air, light, water and heat,will be taken in wisely to realize a comfortable lifestyle. See also: Panasonic Lifestyle with virtually zero CO2 emissions for the entire house

Conditions for calculation (model family). Family and house: A four-member, three-generation household comprising a grandmother aged 70, a father aged 40, a mother aged 37 and a daughter aged 6 living in a two-story house, which has four rooms plus a Japanese-style room with a total floor area of 136.9 squared meter (national average in Japan). Products comprising the house: The Year of 1990: Latest models that Panasonic produced and marketed at that time in consideration of market share of 10%. The Year of 2009-201X: Latest products selected by Panasonic in consideration of market share of 10% and changes in lifestyles (increase in the number and size of products used in the house). See also: Panasonic Green Building Products – E-Floor, Ene Farm, W Eco

Panasonic Eco Ideas House JapanLife to utilize the wind: CO2-emissions are reduced by a ventilation system using the natural wind passage and by controlling an air current by air conditioners. This is a hybrid air-conditioning system combining natural and mechanical ventilation. The Wind Passage Tower S installed in the living room takes in cool air in summer and warm air in winter beneath the floor to realize effective energy-saving ventilation. The air conditioner sends a optimum air current by detecting a location and movement of a person in a room with a sensor. For example, it sends sufficiently warm air to a person who is reading and moderately warm air to a person who is doing housework. It automatically turns itself off when the room is unoccupied.

Life to manage the light: CO2 emissions are reduced by wisely taking in sunlight and adjusting a lighting to each scene of living. Living light control optimizes the brightness of several lights. By taking in sunlight on the ceiling and walls, the system saves energy and makes a room brighter while maintaining comfort. See also: Panasonic unveils OLED lighting panels – Panasonic Everleds – Panasonic Auto-eco Light-control Twin Pa

Lifestyle to save water: CO2-emissions are reduced by improving water-saving performance of washer/dryers and toilets as well as by reducing a frequency of cleaning-up of bathrooms, toilets and washbasins. This washer/dryer washes and dries with less water. An amount of water used for washing is radically reduced by tilting a washing tub. The ecological washer/dryer that dries clothes rapidly using the heat pump technology and consequently cuts electricity costs. See also: Panasonic Refrigerators and Washing Machines

Lifestyle generating energy: CO2 emissions are reduced by a combination of fuel cells and solar power generators which efficiently create energy, and accumulator batteries that store energy. Fuel cells generate electricity in a home using city gas(hydrogen) and air(oxygen).
It also boils water with heat generated at the same time as electricity and uses this hot water for showers and floor heating systems. A solar power generation system generates electricity by converting sunlight. Since it does not use petroleum or other fossil fuels, it emits no CO2 in electricity generation processes. By adopting lithium-ion batteries capable of accumulating a large amount of energy in a small body, the system realizes a compact body and high performance. It allows optimization of the power inside a house, backing up the fuel cells and solar power generator. (exhibiting for reference). See also: Panasonic EV Charging Equipment Elseev in 2010 – Panasonic battery-packs voor Tesla Roadster en Tesla Model S Sedan

Home network: The system visualizes an amount of energy used in the entire house at first sight with connecting home appliances and equipment. HEMS (Home Energy Management System) displays the degree to which energy-saving target values are achieved and provides advice on a control panel to support energy-saving activities at home. Viera Link: The Frequent OFF function automatically turns off connected devices which are not in use according to the status of VIERA viewing. In addition, the Eco standby function automatically switches standby mode of the connected DIGA(*2) not in use to the minimum mode when VIERA is not viewed in order to save energy. See also: Panasonic VIERA Plasma- and LCD tv’s  – Panasonic World’s Largest 200-Inch Curved Plasma Display

imgHomenetworkEco Ideas House Japan

Open from 10:00 to 18:00, closed on Mondays and during the year-end and New Year holidays. Open to the public: Saturdays, Sundays and public holidays (except Mondays). Admission: Free except for the exhibition on the third floor of RiSuPia. Address: 3-5-1 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo, Japan. Located within the complex of Panasonic Center Tokyo. Source: Panasonic

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