What's the Future of IoT-Powered Solar Smart Homes?

Alternative energy sources like solar are gaining traction in both the public and private sectors, and understanding how solar will improve IoT-connected homes will help to boost their popularity and availability further going forward.

California startup HahaSmart aims to become low-cost disruptor in solar

The first solar O-2-O platform (hahasmart.com) enables lower solar costs for homeowners and more business for small solar contractors

Why You Should Start Investing in Solar

A solar-powered home reduces carbon emissions by 3-4 tons annually, equivalent to planting 100 trees every year).

Residential-scale power generation

Residential-sited fuel cells are now becoming an option for consumers, with growing interest and big sales being made primarily outside of the United States.

Fuel Cells Find a Green Home in New Haven

The greenest apartment building ever constructed officially opened to its residents on August 1, 2010. Located in downtown New Haven, Connecticut, 360 State Street elevates green living from a guilt-trip to recycle and compost to an attractive and hassle-free lifestyle.

Electricity With My Hot Water?

Imagine a furnace that makes electricity. That is one future for the home - a future that is being aggressively pursued by various boiler companies across Europe.

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