FCS Associates

Whole-House Retrofit Competition

The Whole House Retrofit competition will make available approximately £9.4 million for a limited number of projects which demonstrate a cost reduction trajectory for whole house retrofit.

Your project must consider both process related innovations and material aspects of retrofit, focusing on mass production and large-scale delivery.

We anticipate that successful projects will focus on upgrading social housing properties, given the comparative uniformity of the dwellings, and the ability to procure at scale. However, we would be interested to hear credible alternative proposals.

Bids are invited from any organisation, or consortium, which can meet the expected outputs, including:

  • SMEs
  • large enterprises organisations
  • academic organisations
  • financial organisations
  • research organisations
  • public organisations
  • third sector organisations

Key outputs:

  • demonstration of cost reduction through process innovation
  • evidence of sources of cost reduction
  • approximately 400 homes improved overall (at least 75 per project) and achieving at least a 30 kWh/m2 performance figure as part of an appropriate ‘fabric first’ approach for the building type
  • development of retrofit plans, installation of whole house retrofits, commissioning with residents, and post installation monitoring.

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Location: UK

Value: £9.4m total fund

Deadline: 5.00pm, 1 August 2019

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Whole-House Retrofit Competition - FCS Associates

Whole-House Retrofit Competition

The Whole House Retrofit competition will make available approximately £9.4 million for a limited number of projects which demonstrate a cost reduction trajectory for whole house retrofit.

Your project must consider both process related innovations and material aspects of retrofit, focusing on mass production and large-scale delivery.

We anticipate that successful projects will focus on upgrading social housing properties, given the comparative uniformity of the dwellings, and the ability to procure at scale. However, we would be interested to hear credible alternative proposals.

Bids are invited from any organisation, or consortium, which can meet the expected outputs, including:

  • SMEs
  • large enterprises organisations
  • academic organisations
  • financial organisations
  • research organisations
  • public organisations
  • third sector organisations

Key outputs:

  • demonstration of cost reduction through process innovation
  • evidence of sources of cost reduction
  • approximately 400 homes improved overall (at least 75 per project) and achieving at least a 30 kWh/m2 performance figure as part of an appropriate ‘fabric first’ approach for the building type
  • development of retrofit plans, installation of whole house retrofits, commissioning with residents, and post installation monitoring.

Click here to find out more.  

Location: UK

Value: £9.4m total fund

Deadline: 5.00pm, 1 August 2019

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants
Whole-House Retrofit Competition - FCS Associates

Whole-House Retrofit Competition

The Whole House Retrofit competition will make available approximately £9.4 million for a limited number of projects which demonstrate a cost reduction trajectory for whole house retrofit.

Your project must consider both process related innovations and material aspects of retrofit, focusing on mass production and large-scale delivery.

We anticipate that successful projects will focus on upgrading social housing properties, given the comparative uniformity of the dwellings, and the ability to procure at scale. However, we would be interested to hear credible alternative proposals.

Bids are invited from any organisation, or consortium, which can meet the expected outputs, including:

  • SMEs
  • large enterprises organisations
  • academic organisations
  • financial organisations
  • research organisations
  • public organisations
  • third sector organisations

Key outputs:

  • demonstration of cost reduction through process innovation
  • evidence of sources of cost reduction
  • approximately 400 homes improved overall (at least 75 per project) and achieving at least a 30 kWh/m2 performance figure as part of an appropriate ‘fabric first’ approach for the building type
  • development of retrofit plans, installation of whole house retrofits, commissioning with residents, and post installation monitoring.

Click here to find out more.  

Location: UK

Value: £9.4m total fund

Deadline: 5.00pm, 1 August 2019

Our success rate

Need help applying for this grant?

Yes, Please help me write a winning applicationNo, just keep me up-to-date with the latest grants