Open Eco Homes is organised by Cambridge Carbon Footprint (registered charity no. 1127376), and as a charity we rely on the generosity of volunteers and donors.

Thank you so much to past and present hosts and other volunteers, who work so hard to inspire and inform Open Eco Home visitors. If you would like to volunteer please contact volunteering@cambridgecarbonfootprint.org or click here.

We also want to thank our funders, sponsors and donors whose financial support enables the whole event to take place.
We need new sponsors and funders who'd like to support Open Eco Homes. We offer contact with thousands of local people interested in low-energy homes, plus publicity and opportunities to participate. Please contact Tom Bragg: tom@openecohomes.org  

2019 OEH Funders and Sponsors

FUNDERS

Cambridge City Council

Our supportive City Council have helped fund Open Eco Homes for several years as part of their wider mission to make the city net zero carbon by 2050.

Cambridge Forum for the Construction Industry

CFCI promotes a wider understanding and appreciation of the construction industry, with great events. They support us through their Grant Scheme

GOLD SPONSORS

Baufritz

Baufritz, Europe’s leading supplier of timber-framed eco-homes has been recognised for its exemplary work on sustainability. The Treehouse is designed and built to exceptional standards, offering unrivalled levels of comfort, a unique healthy living environment and low running costs.
See home J.

 
 
 
 
 

Cambridge Solar

Cambridge Solar Ltd are award winning, MCS approved, solar panel installers with 20 years experience. In 2018 they were voted British Renewable Energy Installer of the Year and East of England Regional Solar Installer and Contractor of the Year.

SILVER SPONSORS

Ecology Building Society
A building society dedicated to improving the environment by supporting and promoting ecological building practices and sustainable communities.
Bidwells
 Property consultants offering unparalleled local knowledge and 190 years experience.

Bronze Sponsors

Margaret Reynolds RIBA
Local architectural practice with 30 years experience: Low-energy design specialist.
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Mole Architects
"One of Britain’s 20 top-notch architects", including for  Marmalade Lane - see homes A, and C.
Green Hat Construction
Environmentally conscious building
AC Architects
Award-winning local architects, providing environmentally friendly low energy solutions. See home G.
Anglian Energy Solutions
Suppliers and installers of renewable energy systems for domestic and commercial sectors.