Going underground

Howe Dell also has a wind turbine, photovoltaic and solar panels, and a recyclable aluminium roof.

When it opens in September, Howe Dell Primary School in Hatfield will be the first UK building to use an interseasonal heat transfer system to store summer heat for use in winter.

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