❯ Solar panels located on top of the sun shades and the roof of the engine room shed provide the power to run the hot water system and the lighting which draws 24 volts.
❯ Hot water is provided by a biofuelcapable burner.
❯ Wastewater is treated with an eco-friendly Biolytix system which uses tiger worms to “clean” the water before it is fed into the paddocks below the pod.
❯ Air conditioning is provided by opening the doors, which are triple sliders on three sides. Should the temperature inside the pod reach 38 degrees Celsius, clerestory windows (with insect screens) open automatically.
❯ There are two fan- driven radiators as well as patent- pending glycol loop heating embedded in the glass floor. purepods.com