Our internationally recognised knowledge and expertise underpins the development of high-end equipment and sustainable technology solutions to reduce energy consumption in the modern built environment.
The Department for Business, Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) awards Free Running Buildings £538k from the Thermal Efficiency Innovation Fund (TEIF) to develop “Passive Ventilation with Heat Recovery for Air-Tight Facades”.
Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, awards Free Running Buildings £944,000 to develop “FREEHEAT: Revolutionising the Viability of Natural Ventilation through Heat Recovery”
Free Running Buildings, in partnership with the University of Sheffield’s Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC), awarded £250k for the ‘Final Development of a Zero Energy Dehumidification and Cooling System’.
Winners of BUILD’s 2019 Design & Build Awards ‘Most Innovative in Energy Modelling’
Winners of the Wsset Award for Innovation in Low Carbon Cities 2017.
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Cost efficient, easy to install and a modern energy solution, our range of ventilation products and patented technologies are available to order bespoke to your building requirements.
With an innovative and committed approach to improving techniques and technology, our UK leading experts engineer solutions to improve building performance with minimal energy consumption.
10th September 2021
Managing Director Ben Hughes, Office Manager Lisa Flaherty and Engineering Technician Harry Mahon had the pleasure of hosting Sarah Champion MP, Labour MP for...
1st July 2021
A collaboration between Free Running Buildings and Qatar University has lead to the companies pioneering technology FREECOOL being installed at the newly renovated 40,000-seat...
30th June 2021
Innovate UK, the UK’s innovation agency, has awarded Free Running Buildings £100,000 to join forces with work safety provider Moore Medtech in the development...
29th June 2021
Following independent testing and research at BRE Group, Free Running Buildings have successfully patented a low cost and commercially viable 3D printed design used...
28th June 2021
The emergence of the novel coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) caused by the highly infectious SARS- CoV-2 virus at the end of 2019 led the ...
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