Energy House 2.0: University of Salford unveils partnerships to deliver simulated environment housing laboratory

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Energy House 2.0 will consist of two environmentally controllable chambers with the capacity to build four fully furnished homes | Credit: University of Salford
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Energy House 2.0 will consist of two environmentally controllable chambers with the capacity to build four fully furnished homes | Credit: University of Salford

Four property developers and manufacturers will build houses in the climate controlled facility as part of research into decarbonising the built environment

The University of Salford last week announced project partners for its second climate-controlled research facility, Energy House 2.0, ahead of its opening in 2022. The university's Energy House Laboratories...

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