One Tonne Life is a new pilot project where a family moves into a new energy saving house, equipped with energy saving utensils, kitchen machines and a climate car. It is a collaboration between A-hus, Siemens, Volvo and Vattenfall. It will be exciting to follow the family life and energy consumption through the family blog, which started yesterday with the following words: Yesterday was the Lindell family’s big day when One Tonne Life was launched with the world press in attendance. With a beautiful winter sun shining from a clear sky, inaugural speeches were delivered by Annika Ramsköld, business development manager at Vattenfall and Peter Mossbrant, President of A-hus. Hannah Lindell received the keys of the house – and the adventure got under way!
Architect Gert Wingårdh in his newly inaugurated energysaving house in Hässelby, together with whom I believe is Tilda Björkman. Caroline Heiroth was there on behalf of Svensk Form and took the photo.
The Lindell Family outside their house and in their kitchen