Swedish engineer builds world's first hydrogen-powered house

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  • Sunday, 01 Aug 2021

The hydrogen-powered house comprises 160sq m of solar panels, which directly supply the latter with electricity year-round. Photo: AFP

Taking action in the name of sustainable development is an undertaking for anyone of any age!

In the suburbs of Gothenburg, Sweden, Hans Olof Nilsson, a Swedish sexagenarian, has built the first house in the world that is totally self-sufficient in terms of energy, powered by the sun and hydrogen.

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