CNX Construction, based in Chiang Mai, Thailand is developing four Phi Suea homes powered solar panels that will convert its excess energy into hydrogen that can be stored and reused. The only byproducts of this energy conversion are oxygen and water.
As the solar panels produce energy, the excess power will be directed to electrolyzers and produce hydrogen, which can be stored in a fuel cell system. Construction is nearing completion now while the energy system has entered the testing phase for the first three buildings. The first phase of the process has entered testing phase on three buildings. CNX Construction states that it is expected to be 100% operational when construction is completed.