New concept gives any building net-zero energy

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Malmö-based company Innenco has created a new energy concept that harnesses a building's thermal mass to reduce its energy, allowing it to become a net-zero energy structure. This has the dual benefits of helping both the environment and the user's energy bills. Innenco, or “Innovative Energy Concept” to give it its full name, uses active elements systems, heat pumps, chillers and solar panels, and can be installed during a new-build or retrofitted. Pipes are integrated into the building's frame, which Innenco say gives the user up to six times the efficiency of a traditional system. It works in practice too,…

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