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Old 10-29-12, 12:37 AM   #11
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Regarding the plants ... I am thinking of certain types of plants where part of the plan absorbs moisture, while other parts expels it. This could be like a tree taking water using the roots, which in turn evaporates from the leaves (and other parts).

If you could have either part of the plant outside, and part inside, or have a kind of small green house around the part of the plant which expels moisture (and vent that outside), you could have the plant work for you - entirely for free!

Besides, many plants clean the air of certain pollutants, as well as increase oxygen leves. There must be a huge potential here ...

Space heating/cooling and water heating by solar, Annual Geo Solar, drainwater heat recovery, Solar PV (to grid), rainwater recovery and more ...
Installing all this in a house from 1980, Copenhagen, Denmark. Living in Hong Kong. Main goal: Developing "Diffuse Light Concentration" technology for solar thermal.
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