OAK RIDGE, Tenn.- East Tennessee researchers have partnered with Clayton Homes and students at the University of Tennessee to bring one of the very first 3D printed homes to Oak Ridge. The largest printed structure in the world, this house was designed with energy efficiency in mind. In an effort to make cleaner energy readily available and “empower consumers,” Clayton Homes and researchers have printed a home that shares a port with a power utility vehicle, allowing the two to share energy. Read full article.

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