‘Reducing energy use one house at a time’

Energy is crucial, from its role in the eradication of poverty through advancements in health, education, water supply and industrialization, to combating climate change. Solar and wind power still make up a relatively minor share of energy consumption, despite their rapid growth in recent years.

Sol Navitas from Estonia provides natural fresh air into living quarters with the help of solar energy. Their technology uses existing solar energy that does not emit CO2 into the atmosphere. Everyone can therefore contribute to the fight against climate change. This helps keeping the environment cleaner, nature greener and creates a fresher indoor climate that, in turn, affects human health in a positive way.

Margus Kullerkupp from Sol Navitas.
Margus Kullerkupp at the semi-finals of Ideas from Europe 2017, Tallinn, Estonia

Let us know how we can try to help Sol Navitas produce cleaner energy whilst helping people live in cleaner air. Share this post and your thoughts using the hashtag #IFEfinals18 or tweet us.

On April 24, Sol Navitas will be attending the finals of Ideas from Europe in The Hague. Go to our website for more information and to follow the live stream!

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