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Swinburne partners with ZERO Living on sustainable housing

Swinburne's School of Engineering has been collaborating with ZERO Living to develop smart energy monitoring systems for sustainable homes

The School of Engineering at Swinburne University of Technology has partnered with Melbourne-based company ZERO Living to develop smart energy monitoring systems for the company's all-electric, battery-powered homes. 

Fitted with Enphase Energy microinverter-equipped solar panels and Tesla batteries, each house generates more than twice as much energy as it consumes. Each home is also 100 percent carbon negative.

ZERO Living now has five fully engineered houses - "Living Laboratories" as they refer to it - for sale in Melbourne's West. Monitoring by Swinburne confirmed they produce significantly more energy than they consume and achieve zero energy bills.

Read more about the partnership here.

Source: Swinburne University of Technology

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