Four eco-homes that run on cheap energy are currently being built in Glasgow.
The three-bedroom semi-detached residences are designed to have running costs of just £2 a week for heating and hot water.
Developed by Scotland's largest social landlord, the Glasgow Housing Association (GHA), the energy efficient homes are being constructed at City Building's Skills Academy and will be completed in May.
The low energy costs are achieved by high levels of insulation, windows that are designed to retain heat and efficient heating systems.
Once the homes have been completed, GHA hopes to roll out more homes to help residents reduce bills from energy suppliers.
Jim Sneddon, director of regeneration at GHA, said the homes are designed to help combat fuel poverty and improve sustainability.
"We already provide some of the lowest cost social housing in Glasgow and now we want to provide the best and greenest housing which benefits our tenants and the environment," he said.
The Scottish government recently launched the Energy Assistance Package, which is aimed at improving cheap energy efficiency across the region.
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