Gallery: High-Tech Off-Grid Mirai Nihon Home Coexists With Nature in Ja...

 
This blueprint describes the Mirai Nihon's various components, from the home power charging system, the coatings that both insulate and power the home, as well as how smart grid technology operates and manages the house's energy needs. The Nissan Leaf works as the house's power generator when needed.

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  1. Arthur W R Cox March 9, 2014 at 5:34 pm

    This is is a great leap forward in off-grid technology. Any idea when it might be on the market?

  2. stephen.60 January 23, 2014 at 5:54 am

    Is this reality or just a dream? I can imagine the energy companies making a bid for the Sun to claw back some of their profits; but if this can be made a reality, it\’s a breath-taking reality. I must admit, I am fascinated by the whole concept, and the reality, I would certainly buy. The idea has been around for a long time, of course; but to see it in reality, in a economically viable form, makes it a tangible reality for many. Which is the key point. In the past it has only been possible for those with money, and more than a touch of eccentricity. Thank you for making it real!

  3. tony ryder June 12, 2012 at 8:39 am

    perfect for greek islands –
    could also work for an extended gaza –
    for more info –
    mail@tonyryder.co.uk

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