Passionate, green experimenters are vital to the future of house building and lowering fuel bills.
Mark Edwards has turned into more than just an eco fan. It started when he became frustrated by the soaring fuel bills in his draughty Georgian house in the village of Shrawley in Worcestershire, tired of piling on the extra jumpers. He and his wife Lucy felt fuel-poor. Their elder son Jacob joined his school’s eco-action committee and urged his parents to think green. The family, including younger son Nathaniel, lit upon the idea of building a new house in the garden which would incorporate all the latest green technology….
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