Finding Answers for Tomorrow’s Planet
Panasonic envisions a sustainable future by creating innovative solutions that provide comfort and well-being while minimising our environmental impact to protect our planet.
Better energy efficiency
while maximising comfort.
AI ECONAVI & Inverter Technology
With AI technology that intelligently reduces wasteful energy consumption based on usage patterns and power-efficient, inverter-controlled motors, energy is saved automatically.
Air to Water Heat Pump
Highly efficient heat pump technology collects the heat in the atmosphere to produce thermal energy using less electricity. It’s an effective use of finite energy resources.
Better water conservation
even through normal use.
AI Smart Wash
AI technology analyses the garments and various conditions to optimise the amount of water used—without compromising wash performance. Simply using the washing machine will conserve water.
Table Top Dishwasher
A small amount of water is recirculated in a clever manner, dramatically reducing water consumption while achieving cleaner results compared to hand washing.
Prime Freeze/Prime Fresh
Freshness can be preserved longer in refrigerators featuring unique technologies that suppress oxidisation and help keep food cells intact during freezing, contributing to the reduction of food loss.
The ability to
what you need.
Modular Personal Care System
A modular system with a single body and swappable attachment heads lets you choose only what you need. Only one body and a charger is necessary, minimising redundant components.
The energy of the future is
Envisioning a decarbonised society, an in-house power generation system geared towards energy self-sufficiency has been demonstrated. It will now be deployed in various locations around the world.
In place of conventional refrigerants found in water heaters, a natural refrigerant with only a minuscule greenhouse effect is now being used, further reducing environmental impact.
Waste reduction through
recycling as part of the
Panasonic Eco Technology Center
At our world-class recycling plants, valuable resources—extracted at high purity from televisions and other appliances that have completed their useful lives—are recycled and used in the manufacture of new products.
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