Tackling climate change
Two houses built to develop future heating solutions at Energy House 2.0, Salford University, northwestern England.
A blizzard descends on two houses in northwestern England in a cutting edge science experiment to save energy and help tackle climate change.
The newly-built detached homes, equipped with zero-carbon technology to withstand extreme temperatures, sit in a cavernous laboratory in Salford near Manchester.
The thermometer sinks to minus 16 degrees Celsius at the flick of a button in the facility’s futuristic control center pod, which also creates an artificial snowstorm.