The ECOCAPSULE – No more electricity bills

I live in Nigeria and I don’t know if like me you are tired of having to pay electricity bills for power that was not provided. Well a Slovakia company that goes by the name Nice Architect has been working on what you can call a portable house that can generates its own electricity, It’s called an Ecocapsule. They have been working on this project for some time now and prototypes of the Ecocapsule was made public sometime in May of 2015.


The Ecocapsule featured an egg shaped mini house that would be powered entirely by solar energy, wind energy and chargeable batteries what we call inverters. The Ecocapsule is powered by a 750-watts wind turbine, coupled with a 600-watts solar energy converter, and 10 kWh capacity battery inverter (that could last at least four days, should it happen that the sun refuses to shine and there’s no wind for that long).


It has a floor space of 9 meter square, it has installed racks, desks and cabinets. Also boasts of a toilet, kitchenette, foldable bed and rain water collection and filtration system.



Each unit is currently selling for around $87000 exclusive of shipping cost but manufacturers believe this price will come down in the coming years.Ecocapsule-Interior (1)


2 comments for “The ECOCAPSULE – No more electricity bills

  1. eye_bee_kay
    January 10, 2016 at 3:14 pm

    Could come in very useful in large campuses or rehabilitation centers.

    But, at that price?….hmmm

    • WillyWest
      January 12, 2016 at 9:55 am

      Well I can imagine that for now the target customers would be large R&D establishments who would be needing shelter when working in unique places like a dense jungle, a deserted island or even a desert. It could also serve as a status item for the very rich.

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