World’s first solar-hydrogen residential development built in Thailand

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The Phi Suea House in Thailand uses the innovative energy storage technology to power four family homes as well as several support buildings.

January 13, 2016

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Thailand-based development company CNX Construction is set to debut the world’s first 24-hour, solar-powered hydrogen storage multi-house complex.

The Phi Suea House in Chiang Mai, Thailand uses the innovative energy storage technology to power four family homes as well as several support buildings. The system generates hydrogen gas via electrolyzers with solar energy and water during the day. At night, the hydrogen is used to produce power with a fuel cell.

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