ZETH – Zero Emission Temporary Home
The world’s first Zero Emission Temporary Home Z.E.T.H. is conceived as a more comfortable and user-friendly technological building. It has a south-facing roof covered in solar cells. That harness more than enough power to keep the appliances running and maintain the best comfort.
This is a Mediterranean Passive House, that set the standard for sustainable living and it have obtained the “Casaclima classe A – experimental house). This home rely on a heat exchanger that warms fresh air on the way in during winter and an effective 240 mm. insulation. Zeth has a back-up heat-chiller systems, because it’s no fun being boiled in summertime, due to the little dimension (ratio volume to surface). The solar radiation is controlled by a green “brise soleil” so the room is always bright and there’s less need to turn the lights on. The efficiency of the insulation is controlled by a computer, linked to a system of sensors, which take damp and temperature according to season and time of day.
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