Energy House 2.0 will test energy efficiency of high-tech homes in range of conditions
A facility to test cutting-edge energy efficient homes developed by a group of housing developers has been unveiled at the University of Salford.
Two detached houses have so far been built inside the climate-controlled chamber of the Energy House 2.0 – one by Saint Gobain and Barratt Homes and the other by Bellway.
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