Green towns still stuck on red

Smart building technologies: Cornwall’s Clay Country scheme is a series of sites to be located on regenerated mining land. Homes and buildings will incorporate inter-seasonal heat storage and water conservation techniques.

The government’s eco-towns initiative may be ailing, but it has highlighted sustainable ideas such as interseasonal heat storage and biomass CHP, here explored for two proposed developments in the south of England

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