Draughty Victorian transformed into ecohome

The Guardian has an article on the transformation of old homes in the UK into well-insulated energy-sipping 'ecohomes' as part of the "Old Home Superhome" program:

Looking around it's hard to find clues. There are few obvious clues that Penney Poyzer and Gil Schalom live in one of the most radical homes in the UK. In the kitchen is a recently plastered wall; on the floor an organic veg box; and upstairs a dual-flush loo. Otherwise it's hard to find evidence that the couple have taken the sort of eco-nightmare draughty Victorian house lived in by millions of people in the UK and turned it into an almost totally carbon-free home, with a gas bill of £20 a year.