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Award winning Energy Efficiency Show home

End Client:

Personal contribution to the community by Alex Hall to assist with tackling fuel poverty.

Project:

To create an Award winning Energy Efficiency Show house.

Requirements:

To improve the EPC rating from a G rating to an A-rating on the EPC and achieve Super Home status using government funding energy saving measures.

Contractor:

Halltech Energy Partnership as the main contractor from sales to completion and management of Energy Company funding.

Contract Value:

£300.000

Contract Dates:

Feb 2014 until June 2014

Scope Of Works:

Halltech Energy Partnership secured the building of 497 Anlaby Road with the intention of making it an example of energy efficiency in the fuel poverty area of HU3. The building had been derelict for 5 years. When the building was first purchased it had a G-rating on the Energy Performance Certificate.
Halltech Energy Partnership specifically chose the worst performing property to demonstrate how derelict buildings can be retrofitted to achieve higher EPC ratings than new build properties.

The chosen energy efficiency measures to be installed in the property were: internal and external solid wall insulation, an energy efficient boiler, room-in-roof insulation, under-floor insulation, loft insulation, solar panelling, double glazing, LED
lighting and heating controls. The work was to be carried out using various government funding streams tackling energy efficiency in poor performing areas of Hull. This included Feed in tariff, Cero, Csco, Green Deal Home Improvement Fund and HCCRO and Eco.
This project was so important in the local community
that Halltech Energy Partnership won The Humber Renewables & Green Energy Award for Green Construction Of The Year 2015

497 Anlaby Road has played an important part in
creating awareness regards energy efficiency in the
most run down areas of the Hu3 postcode. The
energy efficiency measures that are housed in the
award winning show home have encouraged
landlords to spend money on their own property
portfolio under the Green Deal Home Improvement
Fund. This trickle down effect has helped many
tenants in the worst performing areas of Hull receive
energy efficiency improvements in solid brick
properties, that neither the landlord nor tenant previously knew was available.

A technical partnership with Atlas, MKM and B-Batch
Electrical was forged and Halltech Energy Partnership established itself as a capable Green Deal Provider and Installer working in the domestic market.
The supply chain robustness was created due to the high expenditure on the project and multiple
transactions between all parties. This allowed Halltech Energy Partnership to continue to deliver this service with the full support of the technical partners to members of the general public and landlords.
The property was in such disrepair that the large range of issues encountered on site became solutions for further projects.
The products chosen were stringently tested and the material support and understanding was mastered.
Halltech Energy Partnership created a fail safe system to guarantee product quality oversight by completing a project on its own building. With a benchmark of quality set in place, contractors are shown the standards of work required to meet Halltech Energy Partnerships expectations.

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