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(Looking at the (left to right) - solar PV electricity generating system; cooling tower; and solar hot water system. The PV panels are 205 watt Sanyo HIT, the cooling tower acts as a thermal chimney to keep the house cool in summer by having windows right)
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Looking at the (left to right) - solar PV electricity generating system; cooling tower; and solar hot water system.

The PV panels are 205 watt Sanyo HIT, the cooling tower acts as a thermal chimney to keep the house cool in summer by having windows right around to suck out any heat in the house, and the hot water system is a three-panel Solahart thermosiphon system.

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