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"Eco-Products" is one of the largest environmental exhibitions in Japan. This year, Panasonic introduced various eco-conscious products and technologies that help realize "A Better Life, A Better World." This video report features state-of-the-art eco products and technologies like the Casart Eco Cordis, which is a roof made with solar panels, and "artificial photosynthesis," which creates energy from CO2. Please take a look at "A Better Life, A Better World" Panasonic proposed at Eco-Products 2013.
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Introducing the Zero Energy House and more [0 min 41 sec]
What commands the greatest presence in the Panasonic booth is the "Casart Eco Cordis." The entire surface of the roof is covered by solar panels that create energy from sunlight. In addition, it also offers better thermal insulation. The Casart Eco Cordis also effectively uses the air underneath the floor, which is cool in the summer and warm in the winter, so it really incorporates technologies and ideas that takes advantage of the sun and nature's blessings. There was also a wide-range of products equipped with ECO NAVI, which detects wasteful use of energy and automatically controls them, on display. Eco performance of each of these products was also introduced. Moreover, Panasonic showcased compact, yet high capacity storage batteries to propose a safe and secure lifestyle that helps you be prepared for emergencies.
A closer look at Panasonic's eco technologies [2 min 24 sec]
At the exhibition, Panasonic also introduced its technology for "artificial photosynthesis," which creates energy from CO2, "Plant Factory Systems" that incorporate industrial technologies to dramatically reduce the cost of growing vegetables and other plants, and its efforts to recycle resources.