Brad Pitt Shows Energy Bill

The Hollywood actor Brad Pitt presented Thursday the current state of his low-energy housing project in New Orleans. Pitt began with this special housing project in 2007.

With his foundation Make it Right he wants to build 150 low-energy houses. Each house has solar-panels on the roof and several other energy saving gadgets. The average cost of one house is around 118 thousand euro, but according to Pitt the cost per house will drop.

This is of course all good news, but what we liked the most was energy bill of these low-energy houses. According to Pitt the average energy-bill will only be 24 euro (around 35 US Dollar!) Only 24 euro! That is very low.

This makes it clear that saving energy will save you money in the long run.

A video of the project:

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