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Some of the world’s best energy-positive buildings

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architect Rolf Disch

Solar energy is top option for the world afraid to face the judgment day. Climate change is forcing developed as well as developing countries to use renewable source of energy. All major structures, machines, devices, and everything that requires electricity to operate is looking for alternate sources of energy other than grid-supply. Architectural structures including residential and commercial buildings suck a lot of electricity. Installation of solar panels help them cut their dependence on grid-supply as well as saves money on electricity bills.

There are many incredible buildings around the world that have come up solar-energy-based models to meet their energy requirements. Engadget posted a list of seven such buildings that generate more energy than they consume. We thought, we should share it with you.

Heliotrope solar home in Germany by Rolf Disch

Heliotrope solar home in Germany by Rolf Disch

Worlds First Carbon Positive House by ArchiBlox

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Elithis Tower world’s first energy-positive office, in Dijon, France

Elithis Tower, world’s first energy-positive office, in Dijon, France

Elithis Tower, world’s first energy-positive office, in Dijon, France 2

Solar powered off-grid portable classroom in Hawaii

Solar powered off-grid portable classroom in Hawaii

Solar powered off-grid portable classroom in Hawaii 2

Sun-powered ‘dragon-shaped’ stadium in Taiwan

Sun-powered ‘dragon-shaped’ stadium in Taiwan

Sobek’s Aktivhaus Home

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Aktivhaus Home

German Solar City by architect Rolf Disch

architect Rolf Disch

German solar city apartment

German solar city

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