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Latest case studies
A group of Solihull residents are set to reduce their energy bills by 85 percent, whilst dramatically cutting carbon emissions, thanks to an exciting project led by Encraft. [...]
Historic buildings are an integral part of a nation’s heritage and culture, although in their original state they tend not to be the most environmentally friendly or healthiest places to live and work. [...]
A number of forward-thinking housing associations have realised that low carbon energy is not only good for the environment, but also a route to ending fuel poverty, which in turn will reduce the number of tenants with rent arrears. [...]
AIR TIGHTNESS TESTING AND TECHNICAL ASSURANCE
Our Building Physics Team provide premium quality air tightness testing and onsite technical and quality assurance services for construction projects including for Passivhaus and high performance buildings. Contact Paul Jennings to book a test.
MCS COMPLIANT SOLAR PV CALCULATOR
Encraft are pleased to announce the launch of a new Solar PV MCS tool within the Gateway. The tool has been developed to help solar PV installers meet requirements of the MCS installer standard ‘Guide to the installation of Photovoltaic Systems (2012)'. For more information, visit the MCS PV calculator website.
ENPLANNER - LOW CARBON PLANNING TOOLKIT
Enplanner is our Low Carbon Planning Toolkit developed in partnership with the Carbon Trust. This easy-to-use tool helps both developers and local authorities to produce and assess energy statements to support planning applications. For information, please visit enplanner.com.
A Selection of Our Recent Contract Wins
21st December 2016
It’s been a busy few months at Encraft. Here are three examples of the wide range of contracts that we have recently won.
The West Midlands is an area that takes pride in its industrial heritage. From the days it was known as the ‘Workshop of the World’ through to the current success of Jaguar Landrover, the birthplace of Matthew Boulton and home of the Industrial Revolution has always been at the heart of British innovation. Now, as the twenty-first century gathers pace, this trend looks set to continue into the low carbon revolution that is fundamentally changing the nation’s energy system. The smoke-darkened skies may be long gone, but on 29th November there was no shortage of blue-sky thinking as 18 of the world’s leading low carbon innovators arrived in Birmingham for The West Midlands Climate Innovation Challenge.
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