Fulcrum introduces new energy solutions to help housebuilders tackle Future Homes Standard challenges

Fulcrum, the leading independent net-zero focused multi-utility infrastructure and services provider, is increasing its support for housebuilders across the UK with the introduction of its new Future Living service, which features renewable energy and smart control solutions.

With housebuilders faced with addressing the challenges brought by the introduction of the Future Homes Standard, Fulcrum has devised a new service and package of technologies to help housebuilders meet the green energy requirements of current and future developments.

Fulcrum provides all-in-one utility solutions that are designed to meet your needs. The company has a track record of excellence – always delivering on time and on budget. Gresham House Strategic PLC (LON:GHS) has a holding in Fulcrum.

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