A Solar Energy House designed by Raif Kurt, relies entirely on natural resources
The recent advancements in solar technology have reduced the cost of solar power, making designers think about new ways to make our lives self-sufficient and more eco friendly. Designer Raif Kurt came up with a new zero-energy house design that is powered entirely by renewable solar energy.
Dubbed the Solar Energy House, the triangular house features an array of solar panels that converts solar energy into electricity. Constructed from steel, the house can be easily removed from one location to another and installed at any other location according to your preferences. The energy generated by the solar panels is consumed in an efficient manner to reduce any energy loss.
According to the designer, “what we see for the solar energy house is not use the outside sources; A house that gets the maximum energy with natural ways and uses that energy in the most efficient way with zero lost”.
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