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The Panasonic Group continues to advance devices for creating energy, storing energy and saving energy, together with energy management systems that connect them, as we aim for energy solutions with virtually zero CO2 emissions for the entire home. Moreover, in addition to expanding our energy solutions to buildings, stores and public facilities, we are connecting and applying them to entire towns to create Sustainable Smart Towns. We hope you'll take a look at these new Panasonic ideas for sustainable green lifestyles that are more secure, comfortable and enjoyable.
(Solar Cells/Fuel Cells)
We are efficiently creating the electricity needed for daily life with new forms of energy.
Lithium-ion batteries provide an efficient way to store generated electricity for use whenever it is needed.
ECO NAVI Appliances (Home Appliances/Digital AV Devices)
These appliances and devices are able to judge their usage status all by themselves, and reduce wasted electricity.
Networkable ECO NAVI Appliances
Networking home appliances make it possible to provide a variety of new services.
Energy Solutions for Entire Towns
We plan to connect entire towns, including homes, buildings and stores, with an energy management system.
HEMS (Home Energy Management System)
Panasonic's HEMS provides total control of the energy that is created, stored and saved at home based on personal lifestyles.
EV (Eco Car) System Solutions
'eco ideas' for the entire home are applied to system devices for automobiles to promote the widespread use of electric vehicles.
The Panasonic Group aims to achieve a global perspective in becoming a Green Innovation Company. Here, we present some sustainable, secure, comfortable and enjoyable lifestyles of the near future based on Panasonic ideas:
• Solar cells — To generate the energy that we need for daily living.
• Lithium-ion batteries — To efficiently store the generated electricity for use whenever it is needed.
• Networkable ECO NAVI appliances — Appliances that link to networks and continuously evolve.
• The Smart Energy Gateway (SEG) — To control all of the energy and information within the home.
• Sustainable Smart Towns — As a major Panasonic goal.
Venue: Makuhari Messe (Chiba, Japan)
Date: Oct. 5-9, 2010
• Special Invitation Day: Oct. 5 (Tue.)
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