27 June 2018

Low Energy Offices (LEO) project aims to increase the development and uptake of existing or new low-carbon technologies in the sectors that have the highest potential for a reduction in greenhouse gas emissions

The project idea is to develop and demonstrate cost-effective solutions to achieving retrofits of multi-storey commercial buildings that achieve substantial carbon reductions of 60%> through a whole-building solution.  The project will, for the first time, demonstrate the Energiesprong approach in the office environment.

The project will conduct building modelling and design to create a high-performance but feasible specification that will then be given to the supply chain through a procurement process.  By giving the supply-chain flexibility in delivering the specification this will ensure high-levels of innovation and replicability. The solution will be stimulated by the project but market-led in its final design and solution.

Type of partners / expertise wanted

 Interreg are seeking partners in the following areas:

English partners:

  • Lead Partner
  • Office building owners who have potential demonstrators
  • Supply chain companies with experience in energy retrofits and/or off-site manufacture
  • Low energy retrofit technical specialists (architects/engineers)
  • Market development specialists

French partners:

  • Lead Partner
  • Building design and architecture
  • Office building owners who have potential demonstrators
  • Supply chain companies with experience in energy retrofits and/or off-site manufacture
  • Low energy retrofit technical specialists (architects/engineers)
  • Built environment monitoring
  • Market development specialists

Provisional application date: Jan.2019

For further information contact: Alastair Mumford, Devon County Council  T: 01392 383000 E: alastair.mumford@devon.gov.uk

 

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