Inside Panasonic's plan to design the green home of the future

Madeleine Cuff
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Panasonic is hoping its smart home expertise will give it the edge in the green energy market | Credit: Panasonic
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Panasonic is hoping its smart home expertise will give it the edge in the green energy market | Credit: Panasonic

The consumer electronics giant is working to combine green power with super smart appliances to create the green home of the future

Plans are afoot at Panasonic to transform the Japanese electronics firm best known for televisions and sound systems into one of the biggest green energy and low-carbon technology players in Europe...

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