Europe’s Best Energy Rated NZEB Home

Europe’s Best Energy Rated NZEB Home

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  This is Europe’s Best Government Certified Energy NZEB Rated Home. It is located in Kiltimagh, Co. Mayo, Ireland. Energy consumption kWhr/m2/year = (minus) – 159.56. CO2 Emissions kgCO2/m2/year      = (minus)   – 28.45. This original E1 Energy Rated house has been upgraded with a HONE Heat, Power & Drive System and displaces the […]

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HONE versus Heat-Pumps

HONE versus Heat-Pumps

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  One of the great advantages of upgrading your home is that it can be planned accurately based on the technical data of your actual home. This can be done before you actually spend any money, and it exposes which upgrades can give you a poor return on your investment. This applies to either new build […]

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HONE – The World’s most powerful renewable technology

HONE – The World’s most powerful renewable technology

  HONE is now certified in over 140 countries worldwide. HONE is the only full performance Thermal Electric Renewable Technology available globally. This means: It has no fuel bills – it just uses daylight as fuel. It produces high temperature heating as well as electricity. (Generation 5) It uses proprietary nanotechnology to achieve this. It […]

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Our Process

Our Process

  NOTE; There is NO REQUIREMENT to commit to anything until Step 8 in our process, the process is free of charge and designed to be educational. The benefits of our free evaluation are clear to see. This is a selection of projects in just one week. HONE takes projects straight to NZEB and A1. […]

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Ireland is going NZEB in the next round of Part L building regulations – CONSULTATION IS OPEN

Ireland is going NZEB in the next round of Part L building regulations – CONSULTATION IS OPEN

Ireland is about to make the jump to NZEB (Near Zero Energy Building). NZEB is the new EU building standard to be implemented in each EU country by 2021. The MAIN changes to the regulations affecting residential are as follows: # New builds will have to meet a partial A2, less than 45 kWhrs/m2/year. # […]

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