Future Energy Efficiency in Homes

We use energy to power our heating, cooling and another household appliances. However, since the 1980s, energy use in our homes has increased drastically. in the past decade, technology innovation and energy conservation campaigns have contributed to efficient energy use despite the growing demand.

Indeed, strides made by the National labs, industry, and Academia have been central to improving energy use and cutting down on carbon pollution. Here are a few more technologies that will improve future energy efficiency in homes.

1. Smarter home connections

windmill

All wind turbines side by side producing pure electricity without destroying our planet Earth.

 

Nowadays, it is possible to link multiple electronic appliances to monitor and lower energy use in our homes. these modern appliances are equipped with sensors capable of analyzing real-time data on lighting, temperature, and humidity of our living environment leading to sustainable energy use.

2. User-friendly heat pumps

Entities such as the building technologies office are hard at work to deliver ultra-efficient heat pumps that have superior healing properties. apart from being energy efficient, these next-generation heat pumps will also lower heating costs.

3. Carbon-fighting dryers

Progress is being made to deliver energy saving clothes dryers that consume less power compared the current market offerings.

4. Magnetic refrigerators

Unlike conventional refrigerators that rely on vapor compression, these ones rely on magnetic technology to generate cold and thus lower temperatures. The new fridges will be environmentally friendly and cost-effective to run.

5. Window controls

Efforts are underway to produce insulated windows that rely on sensors to adjust shading and to provide the desired lighting and comfort.

6. Next-gen insulation

The industry science and technology network is working towards a next-gen foam insulation that will both energy efficient and environmentally friendly.

7. Roofing material

Reflective roofs

Absorbs less than heat.

 

Reflective roofs absorb less heat than conventional roofs which bodes well with our air conditioning needs.

8. Better lighting

The building technology office research team is in the process of making an advanced LED lighting system that will consume less energy than our standard bulbs.

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