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Welcome to our site, where you can find cutting-edge and all-in-one solution to save your monthly energy bills and increase your property value by turning to the sun for the source of all energy uses in your residential or commercial building!

If you know both the German Passive House and Japan’s OM Solar House concepts, then you will know that our system is the perfect match and union of German Passive House (good wife) and Japan’s OM Solar (good husband)! Period.

Solar HVAC is a short form for Solar Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning, which aims to restore the traditional HVAC system for the better. Instead of using gas or electricity to heat or cool your house, we use the sun to turn its radiation energy directly into HEAT with a whopping efficiency as high as 50%!

Net Zero is a way of maintaining relatively constant levels for your house temperature, moisture and fresh air with zero cost, both to you and to the environment we live in. You think it is too good to be true? Yes, it can be done!

BIPV stands for Building Incorporated PhotoVoltaic panels use to produce electricity in a way that is different from the traditional approach. When solar PV panels are incorporated with Solar HVAC and Net Zero, you will see the big synergistic effect for all the three!

If this is your first time here, we highly recommend that you check this page first: create.solar/core-all-in-one-solution.

This is the sales site for CreateGreens.com, a forerunner of smart all-in-one home energy solution: Solar HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning), Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV), Solar Hot Water and other things related. If you are a home owner, home builder, or property developer, then you have come to the right place to save big and increase your profit margins. The best of all, it is the smart and green energy solution to our planet.

Core of our all-in-one green energy solution for any buildings

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The diagram you see above is the general layout, showing how the core of everything, solar heating, works. Clicking here to see a better and larger diagram (real picture at the bottom of this page). The following slide shows even better the principle behind the whole system:

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Here is the nutshell. Houses built from foundation using our system feature a south-facing roof which is hollow, allowing air to flow inside. As the roof’s exterior warms from sunlight exposure, fresh air is drawn inside from vents within the eaves. As the roof surface heats in the sun, so does the air inside the cavity which rises to the ridge. The hot air then passes through a fan-driven handling unit, forcing it downward through a large vertical duct. The ground floor is typically elevated above the foundation to form a plenum. The hot air enters the interior through floor vents placed throughout the house. The following hand-drawn schematic is a better presentation of the whole thing:

During night time while there is no sun, the heat in concrete and the exchange space gets slowly released out so that the room temperature will not drop drastically. In certain provinces that are very cold, an additional heating source is built in as a backup, see two diagrams below:

Note that the whole process gets controlled smartly so that everything works in unison. We did not forget the hot summer. The following two schematics show that we’ve got both the summer daytime and nighttime scenarios covered:

Beside solar heating, we can also install BIPV solar panels on your roof and water tank in your basement. The former allows you produce enough electricity to sell to the grid in summer times, while the latter provides the needed hot water due to the solar heating – you can call it “solar hot water” if you want to.

One word about our electricity producing solar panels: to save your cost of having to buy the storage batteries, we do not use any storage battery at the moment. There is a better setup: hook up the whole of our electricity unit to the grid through a NET meter. This way, you can sell to the grid or get power from the grid automatically, whenever the system sees the need.

Real Picture showing how does the roof looks like with both the Solar HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) collector panels and the Building Integrated Photovoltaics (BIPV) panels visible (solar hot water tank, handling unit, control display and many other parts are hidden inside the house):

More pictures taken from OMSolar.jp, AlaTown.com and by ourselves can be seen at this link: create.solar/en/real-case-pictures. You prefer to watching videos, click here then.

Can you incorporate this new system into an existing house? Yes, we are actually converting an old house right now in Kelowna, BC and the address is 727 Cassiar Crescent – click here for more information on this conversion.

About the Sales Team

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Our sales team is headed by Aubrey Zhang – yes, you can see a picture of him with his lovely wife Margaret and three kids here 🙂 We are glad to serve you and answer any questions you may have concerning our SOLAR GREEN technologies.

Brief intro about Aubrey Zhang: After obtaining his PhD in Electrochemistry in 1994, Aubrey has done many things over the past 24 years, such as former post-doctoral researcher in Materials Chemistry at UIUC (Urbana-Champaign at University of Illinois), lifetime free-lance preacher, current director of TheoLogos Publications, 014599190 Global Inc, and SelfWebHosting.com, former salesman of diamond tools for Superprem Industries, former director of DiaSolid Kitchen & Bath, finishing carpenters, etc. After all these experiences, his life motto is this: sharp mind must combine with skilful hands.

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Solar Green Energy Saving Reno Day 109 at 727 Cassiar Crescent

It has been long since last update and a lot has been accomplished! Drywall boarding, mudding, ceiling stippling, wall painting, shelving and door casing, shower booth/toilet/vanity installation etc. have been completed for the second floor, where most reno work takes place. What is left for this floor is hardwood installation, which will be carried out …