Evening Times reports on AppleGreen eco house

AppleGreen Homes claim its range of “green” homes, which will slash the average electricity bill by £200 and help tackle the problem of fuel poverty, could be about to revolutionise the housing sector in the UK and abroad.

The new BRE Innovation Park at the former Ravenscraig steelworks site in Motherwell, North Lanarkshire, will showcase the new Clyde-built homes later this year.

AppleGreen hired city-based Spacesix Architects and Glasgow Caledonian University to research and develop all aspects of the build with an edict that the new generation homes had to be “highly energy efficient yet affordable”.

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2 thoughts on “Evening Times reports on AppleGreen eco house

  1. Yes, Sheila fuel poverty is becoming such an important issue at the moment. There are so many reports about electricity and gas suppliers putting up their bills, it is obviously going to have a big impact on people’s living costs.

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