A specially-built house showing all the latest energy-efficient and energy-saving innovations, will be open for visitors to a leading exhibition to explore next spring.
The energy-saving home will be on show to the public for just four days next March, and is designed to highlight to visitors the ways by which they can get the best possible deal on their energy bills.
Organisers of the show claim the house will be the first to go on show in the UK designed specifically to show members of the public ways in which they can either improve the energy efficiency of existing houses, or incorporate cost-saving features into new ones.
"Most homeowners can make significant savings, but don't know where to begin," says Dan Caesar, managing director of the show's organisers, Energise Events.
"We are building the energy saving home to bridge that knowledge gap. Whether it's low-energy lighting or super-efficient insulation, smart heating controls or small-scale renewable, we will have it all covered."
The National Homebuilding and Renovating Show will take place at Birmingham's National Exhibition Centre between March 27 and 30 next year.