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Out now: E=0 the movie

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E=0: Transforming Homes into the Future, is a documentary film project that chronicles the efforts being made in the past 3 years, to establish a net zero energy housing ecosystem across Europe. It showcases various projects in France, the UK & the Netherlands and features both the passionate professionals involved and the residents who kindly granted the film crew access to their homes. Read More

E=0 Energiesprong partners share experiences in Berlin

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The first pilots in the UK and France are completed and further pilots in the UK, France, Luxembourg and also Germany are under development. Volume deals are in progress both in new built and retrofit.  But there is still much to be done.  Therefore, Energiesprong champions from 20 partner organisations gathered in Berlin to share learning and plan their next steps for delivering volume net zero energy retrofits across Europe. Read More

Découverte des coulisses de la rénovation pilote de Longueau

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Lundi 25 juin 2018, ICF Habitat Nord-Est a ouvert les coulisses de son chantier pilote de Longueau, près d’Amiens, qui consiste à rénover 12 pavillons Hlm des années 60 selon l’approche hollandaise EnergieSprong pour qu’ils atteignent le niveau « énergie zéro » (CAD ils produiront autant d’énergie qu’ils en consommeront). Co-financé par Interreg NWE et soutenu par l’ADEME et la CDC, ce projet E=0 est coordonné par Bouygues Bâtiment Grand Ouest, avec Pouget Consultants, Alterea, Dalkia, et le Studio d’architectes Ranson-Bernier. Read More

Moat presents designs to residents of first UK E=0 Energiesprong pilot in Maldon

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Preparations are moving fast for the near net zero energy retrofit of 5 homes in Maldon, Essex, owned by social housing provider Moat. This will be the first UK pilot using the innovative Energiesprong model to be supported by E=0 project funding from the European Union. Preferred bidder ENGIE has just received the results of a detailed technical survey, so will now confirm the price of the work and help detail the ‘comfort plan’ to be offered to residents. Planning applications went in at the start of June. Read More