Actor wants to ensure his home is energy efficient


Johnny Depp plans to make his private island home in the Bahamas completely eco-friendly.

The actor and partner Vanessa Paradis, 35, bought the 40-acre getaway for £1.5million.

And now they want to make the isle self-sufficient with the help of some state-of-the-art technology.

Central to their plans is a £250,000 grid-independent solar hydrogen system, which transfers sunlight into electricity.

Johnny, 45, and Vanessa, who have 2 children together, also have homes in France, the UK and LA.