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Inside the Zero-Emission House where all home appliances work with electricity generated by solar and wind energy


The Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), Japan build a model house called the “Zero-Emission House” in the outdoor car park of the International Media Center (IMC) for coverage by international journalists during the Hokkaido Toyako Summit. This house of the near future is equipped with a photovoltaic power generation system, fuel cells, advanced robots, and other cutting-edge technologies. All home appliances in the zero emission house work with electricity generated by solar and wind energy.
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A staff member introduces computers powered with electricity generated by solar energy .
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A staff member introduces an air-conditioner powered by electricity generated with solar energy .


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A staff member shows hot water boiled with electricity generated by solar energy.
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A staff member sits in a massage chair powered by electricity generated with solar energy.
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A policeman watching a zero emission house.
As part of the Environmental Showcase hosted by the Japanese government, the Zero-Emission House is aimed at advertising Japan’s outstanding energy and environmental technologies.




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