Type of publication: Leaflet
- Author: GERES
- Year: 2011
- Language: English
- Pages: 8
Passive solar architecture is an innovative technology that has been implemented in Ladakh since the 80’s. It uses the sun as a source of energy. Since Ladakh has an average of 300 sunny days per year it is the perfect place to use solar energy.
Many people don’t know what a Passive Solar House is and how it works. People often wonder what is insulation or why it is good to have double glass on windows.
In the following interviews you will find opinions and experiences of people who built a PSH and live currently in it. Their first hand experience will help clear doubts and understand why Passive Solar architecture is the best solution for a place like Ladakh.
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- Testimonials of passive solar houses users in Ladakh (PDF, 542Kb)