LG Electronics is preparing to reveal its vision for a more sustainable way of life with the 'Net-Zero House' at IFA 2023, which is due to take place in Berlin from 1st to 5th September.
The company says its comprehensive LG Home Energy Platform is a total solution for household energy management, heating and cooling that includes the Energy Storage System (ESS) and the Therma V™ R290 Monobloc air-to-water heat pump (AWHP).
The ESS is able to integrate with a wide range of LG home appliances, including the washing machine, refrigerator, oven, dishwasher, Styler and the electronic vehicle (EV) charger.
Visitors to the 'Net-Zero House' will be able to see a wall chart that shows how the system’s stored energy flows to all the installed appliances, reducing electricity consumption and cutting monthly bills. The Home Energy Platform is compatible with LG ThinQ Energy, an energy management solution that allows users to control all of their smart appliances, manage the HVAC system, and monitor energy storage and consumption using their smartphones.
Lyu Jae-cheol, president of LG Electronics Home Appliance & Air Solution Company, said: “Featuring our innovative energy management solutions, including the Home Energy Platform powered by ThinQ Energy, the Net-Zero House at IFA 2023 highlights LG’s commitment to developing sustainable solutions over HVAC solutions as well as home appliances for a better life. We will continue to leverage our industry-leading core technologies to create solutions that benefit people and the planet.”