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HEATING, ENERGY AND CO 2 EMISSIONS

Heating demands are limited by having high standards of insulation, building air-tightness, and by controlling ventilation. Additionally, the main space takes advantage of south-facing glazing, with shading specifically designed to admit winter sun. The combined effect is to reduce heating demands to 50 per cent of those of a typical building.

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