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Zero-Carbon BRE House : Sustainable Home England

Sustainable English Home design by Sheppard Robson with Arup, UK

26 Sep 2007

Zero-carbon home

Location: BRE site, Watford, southeast England

Design: Sheppard Robson with Arup

Zero-carbon House

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Reportedly the first house to achieve Level 6 benchmark under the Code for Sustainable Homes, the performance level that all new homes are supposed to achieve in 2016. BRE’s zero-carbon home includes photovoltaics, biomass boiler and ‘wind catcher’

The LightHouse – Kingspan Off-Site, Big Build area, BRE Watford, England, UK

BRE Zero Carbon House
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BRE Zero-carbon House images /information from Sheppard Robson Architects

BRE Zero Carbon House architects : Sheppard Robson

The BRE Innovation Park Network has been established to inform sustainable development at a global level and stimulate innovation within the built environment. With Parks established within the UK and China, and further facilities being developed in Brazil and Canada, the Innovation Park Network is unique in its approach, its global reach, and its impact.

Location: Bucknalls Lane, Watford, England, WD25 9XX, UK

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