Taiwan Offers Bangkok Buildings Easy and Eco Solutions Yielding Over 52% Of Energy Savings

Taiwan’s Green Trade Project Office, one of the major sustainable development and green economy facilitates in Asia. They once again showcasing top quality eco-friendly products and innovations to people from around the world. GTPO’s trademark green products promoter, “Taiwan Green Demo House” (TGDH) scheduled to show at at Bangkok’s Eco Products International Fair.


The easy-to-assemble TGDH, an environmentally friendly, reusable exhibition show booth. Thereby designed using application of high-quality green products. Plus services in a realistic way. Thereby enabling visitors to experience the full benefit of each display.


In addition, TGDH enabling advanced building-energy-modeling software IES-VE. All ensuring that the best energy-saving strategies employed. IES-VE analyzes a number of inputs. Inputs such as climate data, building design and HVAC design.

So among others calculating a building’s energy consumption and anticipating energy bills. It then proposes energy-saving strategies. Based on the return-on-investment (ROI) of applying energy-saving products. To be more exact and according to the energy modeling calculations.

Energy Efficiency

Calculations on a virtual 3750-square-meter, 2-floor building in average annual weather conditions. Most importantly energy savings of up to 52 percent. All attained with installing Taiwanese eco products.

For example, by installing Shun-Fu Electronics’s power saver, 10-30% of energy can be saved. The device, easily installed to the input of the power source. It helps filter out harmonics of electricity. Achieving reactance filtering and 3-phase balance, and efficiently recover the best quality of voltage and current.

More Energy Savings

Spring Pool’s energy-saving bricks, made from recycled LCD fragments and cement. It withstands temperatures of up to 600 degrees. In addition, the bricks offer excellent soundproofing and are only at 1/5 the weight of conventional red bricks. Enabling a total of energy savings of up to 11%.

Consequently by replacing the building’s interior walls with SP’s bricks. SunValue’s Solar Power Brick is a green building material that can be integrated with existing buildings. Also it is ideal for vertical installation. With the help of the solar bricks, solar energy can be easily absorbed from various angles, yielding 16% of energy savings. And Nan Ya Photonics is known for explosion-proof LED lights. They have an array of real cases especially at various hazardous locations across the world. By installing its LED, 45% of lighting energy can be saved.

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The house also features several of the world’s newest smart, eco-friendly innovations. Heatax’s insulation coating, such as, can show up to 88 percent of solar heat; it is easy to use for DIY-projects; it is made to be long-lasting; and, most importantly, it is very affordable.

Other Green Innovations

Nustone is a one-of-a-kind building material that can transform ordinary surfaces by giving them the look and feel of stone, with less difficulty and less cost. It is essentially a new generation of spray paint that creates a genuine stone-like surface of granite, marble, or quartzite, among many others.

And Taiwan’s largest wooden-flooring-products exporter Ua Floors has showcased their toxic-free products as well as nanotechnology that help to ease blood flow.

Another must-see presentation in the form of a mini model is Skynergy. Skynergy is a revolutionary, totally off-the-grid system entirely self-powered by solar energy.

So the real Skynergy features a 3-5 kW thin-film photovoltaic module. As well as a 3-5 kW lithium-ion battery. In addition, it has brought together creative green-technology producers. All to show the viabile a green solution.

Custom Built

Basically, Skynergy can be custom-made. The first Skynergy created out of a 40×8 foot shipping container. One that serves as an electric-bicycle station. The entire rooftop area of the station covered with thin-film solar panels. These panels feed the station’s smart grid with electricity.  Again folks, with any excess electricity then stored in the station’s lithium-ion batteries. And with the help of the smart-energy-management system, cloud monitoring technologies implemented. All as a result to help ease administrators on the challenges of the central control of scattered equipment. So the station has also installed a hydrogen fuel cell to provide reliable backup power, in case of blackouts. Not too sure why but ok!

For more information, please visit. www.greentrade.org.tw

SOURCE Taiwan Green Trade Project Office

TAIPEI, Taiwan, June 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/