Creating Enterprise, which is a social enterprise, has signed a contract with Beattie Passive to give them exclusive rights to the Passivhaus system in North Wales until 2025.
The firm plans to construct some 350 zero-carbon homes as a result of being awarded the contract from Beattie Passive, Business Live reported.
Around 50 new jobs will be created with Creating Enterprise, and the organisation has also announced that it intends to use local subcontractors and suppliers wherever possible during any construction projects they’re involved in.
There are already plans in the pipeline or underway to construct more than 100 of these zero-carbon properties in locations around North Wales. Anglesey, Denbighshire and Conwy are some of the places where these Passivhaus properties are due to be built.
Creating Enterprise is a subsidiary of housing association Cartrefi Conwy. Managing director of the commercial services arm of the housing association Adrian Johnson told the news provider that this contract will enable the company to not only deliver much-needed homes and employment, but will also help in the fight against climate change and fuel poverty.
“Our main focus is to deliver affordable, zero-carbon housing across North Wales. This new long-term agreement allows us to build the very best in terms of energy-efficient, carbon-zero homes certified by Beattie Passive,” he asserted.
The Passivhaus standard ensures that all properties built using these methods not only provide a comfortable environment for their occupants, but they also require very little energy to heat and cool them.
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