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Whole House Energy

Enterprise Centre, University Of East Anglia, Norwich Research Park, Norwich, NR4 7TJ

About us

Whole House Energy is a future orientated, sustainably conscious, energy consultancy excelling in design and delivery of turnkey solutions relating to energy in the built environment. We have a reputation for provision of elegant solutions that save our clients’ money, delivered by real people, passionate about what they do.

We support the big players in the construction industry to achieve the best they can in terms of low energy whilst at all times maintaining a keen focus on the bottom line. We support the environmentally conscious builder to realise their dreams. We listen and adapt, we can stretch or contract dependent on basic compliance or regulatory need or outlandish vision.

We are fortunate enough to work from a sustainably iconic building that delivers all the benefits to its occupants that we aspire to for each and every one of our clients. By its very existence it demonstrates the levels to which cutting edge aesthetics can be amalgamated with achievable sustainability credentials to achieve a truly fantastic building on every conceivable level and we do what is says on the tin.

We offer Passivhaus Consultancy and design advice and Certified Passivhaus training as well as more regulatory and compliance energy services such as SBEM and SAP; Code for Sustainable Homes and BREEAM.

Our team

The Whole House Energy team is comprised of multi-skilled and experienced low energy consultancy professionals.

We have worked on both large and small scale domestic and commercial projects and bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and a healthy dose of passion about what we do to our work.

It is our aim at all times to deliver a bespoke service and pride ourselves on our holistic ability to what is an increasingly exciting way to approach and push the boundaries of building design.

Work experience and opportunities

Harry is a full-time undergraduate studying Energy Engineering with Environmental Management in his final year at the University of East Anglia. His one work experience with Mace in the Phase 3 expansion of the Hong Kong Science Research Park began a passion for engineering. He developed a strong interest in sustainable development and believes reducing our energy demand is as important as simply relying on renewable energy resources.

If you'd like to know more about us, including similar opportunities that we may have to offer, use the links provided to our website and follow us here on icanbea for the latest news.

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