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Net-zero and ‘passive’ houses can cut carbon emissions

Tuesday 24 Nov 20 12:00pm

 

FROM THE STREET, you wouldn’t be able to tell a net-zero or passive house from any other recently built home. Even from the inside, the only visible clues are thick walls and deep windowsills. Only if you looked at the utilities bill would you know.

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