The Solcer House in Cenin, Wales, was created as part of the Low Carbon Research Institute program. For every 100 pounds spent on electricity, this house will be able to generate 175 pounds in electricity “exports”.
L to first low-cost housing known as a house of ‘positive energy’, which can generate more electricity than its occupants may use, opened last Thursday in the UK.
The modest three-bedroom house built in just 16 weeks in an industrial neighborhood on the outskirts of Bridgend in Wales, costing 125,000 pounds and according to the designers of the University of Cardiff, will allow passengers to use the sun to pay the rent.
When using batteries to store electricity generated from solar panels placed on the roof and because of the thermal insulation, you may be able to export electricity to the national grid for eight months a year.
So for every 100 pounds spent on electricity, should generate export 175 there of according to Professor Phil Jones, whose team of Welsh School of Architecture project Solcer says specifically designed the house to reach the objectives the government proposed in 2006.
I also wanted to show that a house was perfectly feasible to reach the standard for affordable prices with current technology. So you pass the ball to builders demonstrating that, if you want, you can.
The cost of building a house of this type would be lowered if many be erected at the same time. Besides would be breaking that housing exported more electricity than they consume everything that it would. We must expect that the price per square meter in this house was given 1,430 euros, something close to social housing in Wales which lies between 800 and 1000 pounds.