"If we get this right, [people] get a more comfortable home [that] is cheaper to run, it is more environmentally sensitive and they don't pay any dough for it," he explains.
Homeowners could then find themselves with a significant amount of surplus cash each month that would have otherwise have been spent on home energy bills.
It could also help people keep a closer track of the energy they are consuming on a daily, weekly and monthly basis.
Another way this can be achieved is by investing in a smart meter, which offers a constantly updated readout of the power used by a building.
Posted by Richard Eden
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