E=0 closing event at Futurebuild London 7 March


7 February 2019 - 7 March 2019

Learn, discuss and get inspired at our INTERREG NWE E=0 closing event at Futurebuild

You are invited to join our E=0 closing event funded by INTERREG NWE on 7 March 11.00-12.30 in the central networking area (C140) in the Knowledge Forum area of the conference hall. A special 1.5 hour programme features short presentations by international experts from housing organisations and solution providers sharing their own unique perspectives on delivering an Energiesprong retrofit project. This is an opportunity to learn about Energiesprong pilots in France and the UK supported by funding from INTERREG NWE’s E=0.


Learn all about Energiesprong projects and discuss with experts

• What is Energiesprong?
• First hand experiences from France and the UK
• Presentation of French Energiesprong project by housing organisation Vilogia.
• Presentation of an Energiesprong project in Nottingham by Energiesprong solution provider Melius.
• Presentation of first Energiesprong energy module factory by Factory Zero from the Netherlands.
• Moat and ENGIE introduce their first Energiesprong retrofit project
• Conclusion and view on scaling including an interview with INTERREG NWE
• The last part of this programme will be dedicated to your questions and ideas

Please register here for the special programme

Site visit 7 March (13.00-17.00)

After the special programme a bus will leave for a visit to a real Energiesprong retrofit project Moat and ENGIE in that Moat and ENGIE have just started work on in Maldon, Essex. For this site visit a limited number of places are available so sign up quickly to be sure of a spot.

Please register here for the site visit

Visit our stand at Futurebuild

At our stand F200 at Futurebuild, funded by INTERREG NWE, ENGIE and Melius Homes, you can meet Energiesprong experts and two UK front running net zero energy solution providers: Melius Homes and ENGIE. They participated in the first Energiesprong projects in the UK, co-funded by the European Union. Nottingham City Homes, together with Melius Homes, started with 9 demonstrators, funded by Horizon2020 and another 17 homes, funded by INTERREG NWE, which will now lead to the roll-out of another 155. Melius Homes is already industrialising, by delivering pre-fabricated insulated walls and smarter plug and play installations with real-time monitoring on energy generation and consumption. 

ENGIE, a European market player and Energiesprong partner, have almost completed their first net zero homes project in Maldon also funded by INTERREG NWE.

The delivery of net zero energy retrofits by Melius and Engie as well as two different integrated energy modules made by Factory Zero will be featured at our stand and there will be plenty of room for discussion. The Energiesprong standard focuses on creating desirable homes that people love to live in. Because an Energiesprong retrofit (or new build) has the very best energy standard available, it uses the money that would normally be spent on energy bills and maintenance to pay for the works.

See you at Futurebuild!


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