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  • 07:58, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Portland Energised House
  • 07:49, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Image:Wiki solar.jpg (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) (top)
  • 07:48, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Image:Wiki kitchen.jpg (The almost-complete kitchen. The main benchtop is recycled Messmate which was recovered (upcycled) from a demolished old Melbourne factory, while the perimeter benchtop is 'Eco-Top', a composite made from recycled paper, bamboo, and bound with a non-toxic) (top)
  • 07:38, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Image:Wiki stairs.jpg (Looking up into the landing area. The stair treads are recycled Messmate which was recovered (upcycled) from a demolished old Melbourne factory.) (top)
  • 07:36, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) m Portland Energised House
  • 07:35, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Image:Wiki northview.jpg (The completed solar systems. The PV system is 1.4kw Sanyo HIT panels with a 2.5kw SMA inverter The hot water system is a Solahart Thermosiphon 320litre tank with three panels using propylene glycol fluid and an electric element for backup heating (whic) (top)
  • 07:27, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Portland Energised House (The goal of this project is to raise awareness and interest in self-reliant housing.)
  • 07:22, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Sustainable house portland (Removing all content from page)
  • 07:21, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) List of sustainable buildings (Australia)
  • 05:55, 26 June 2009 (hist) (diff) Sustainable house portland (Energised House, Portland Victoria. 7.6 star - 1.4KW PV)

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