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Net-zero properties trialled in the UK

by Futures Centre, Apr 29
1 minute read

Moat Homes, in partnership with energy firm ENGIE, is trialling a net-zero property scheme in the UK.

Housing by Ivana Bandura

The firm “Energiesprong” refurbishes homes with energy efficient walls, windows, solar roofs, and electrical heating systems. These properties have close to net-zero carbon emissions.

Energiesprong uses the social housing sector as the launching market for these solutions, with a view to later scale to the private homeowner market.

There are now nearly 15000 of these homes in the Netherlands, and the market continues to grow globally.

 

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