A survey of 1,005 Londoners, conducted by ComRes for WSP:Parsons Brickerhoff, has found that summer overheating affected residents in newer homes significantly more than residents in older homes.
What pressures will Jeremy Corbyn bring to issues such as house building, infrastructure projects, nationalization, and energy policy? Jeremy Blackburn, head of UK policy at RICS, reckons “Corbyn has raised some challenging but principled issues around the expansion of Right to Buy to private landlords; as well as providing a voice for the widely-felt dissatisfaction […]
Tesla’s sleek, low-cost battery solution …for home and commercial Solar+Storage will “Power the World” The headline-grabbing Powerwall will be offered this summer to U.S. customers. Available in a 10kWh version retailing at $3,500 (around £2,250) and a 7kWh version on the market for just $3,000 (just under £2,000). The larger Powerwall is optimized for backup […]
BRE’s ‘Userhuss’ demo house Showcasing the latest developments in building materials, this incorporates a practical approach to stylish energy and waste efficiency. Such homes are now realistically achievable for Self-Builders. The project was funded by Üserhuus AG, a Swiss, not-for-profit company. They support research in engineering and environmental sciences.