Phi Suea house on green grass with palm trees and blue sky in background
front of white house with solar panels against a backdrop of green trees and roads
aerial view of The Phi Suea House against backdrop of green fields and trees
enapter logo on white door next to blue canisters
electrolysers stacked inside cabinets in white room
Phi Suea house on green grass with palm trees and blue sky in background
front of white house with solar panels against a backdrop of green trees and roads
aerial view of The Phi Suea House against backdrop of green fields and trees
enapter logo on white door next to blue canisters
electrolysers stacked inside cabinets in white room
Residential multi-home, Phi Suea House

Chiang Mai, Thailand

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The Phi Suea House (Home of the Butterflies) is the world’s first solar-hydrogen multi-house which has been off-grid since 2015. It demonstrates to the world how sustainable living can be achieved. Sunshine and rain cover all energy and water needs on the premises facilitated by Enapter electrolysers. In simple terms, the energy of the sun is transformed via solar panels into electricity. Any excess power will be converted and stored as hydrogen. When the sun doesn’t shine, the stored hydrogen gas in tanks generate electricity by using fuel cells.

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Tech Specs
Electrolyser
2,000 NL/hr
Fuel Cell
4.5 kW
Storage
7.5 kg of hydrogen (130 kWh)
PV
86 kWp
Batteries
2 × 2,000 Ah 48 V (Lead-Acid)
COD
2015

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