We are proud to be working with the following partners and sponsors whose generous support has helped the SuperHomes network achieve an ever higher level of impact.

Ecology Building Society

To help SuperHomes celebrate turning 10, we’ve partnered with the Ecology Building Society who are supporting this year’s September openings.

Ecology, a pioneering financial mutual, is dedicated to improving the environment by supporting and promoting ecological building practices and sustainable communities. They achieve this by providing mortgages for environmental improvements and energy efficient renovations and self-builds for individuals, charities and sustainable businesses as well as supporting affordable and community-led housing

Energy Saving Trust

The EST is one of the UK’s leading organisations set up to mitigate the damaging effects of climate change. It aims to cut carbon emissions – a contributor to climate change – by promoting the sustainable and efficient use of energy, water conservation and waste reduction.

Federation of Open Home Networks

The Federation of Open Home Networks is a single point of contact for over 20 groups representing more than 1000 homeowners inspiring others to green their homes.

The Federation meets quarterly and liaises proactively with potential national sponsors, grant-givers and research partners.

Green Open Homes

Green Open Homes is a national network supporting low carbon open homes events across the country. Green Open Homes was set up in 2013 by the Centre for Sustainable Energy (CSE) in partnership with Bristol Green Doors. It was originally funded by the Department for Energy and Climate Change and is now maintained and managed by CSE.

Heritage Open Days

Heritage Open Days is England’s biggest festival of history and culture involving over 40,000 volunteers. Every year over four days in September, thousands of events across the country invite you in to explore local treasures of every age, style and function. It’s your chance to see hidden places and try out new experiences – and it’s all FREE.


MEGAMAN® is a leading brand in energy saving lamps. Through continuous research and development, MEGAMAN® creates an entirely new lighting experience for their customers. MEGAMAN® is proud to sponsor SuperHomes and supported the SuperHomes LED lighting Review video of 2013.

National Energy Foundation

The National Energy Foundation (NEF) is an independent charity working to improve the use of energy in buildings. The Sustainable Energy Academy (SEA) and NEF merged early in 2014. This brought SuperHomes, a project originally initiated by SEA, into the NEF fold. It was an easy transition as NEF has supported SuperHomes since 2007, providing project management expertise and staff.

Open House London

Open House London aims to promote public awareness and appreciation of the capital’s building design and architecture. Every September, for one weekend, London’s splendid buildings open to the general public who don’t otherwise have access. A number of SuperHomes participate and benefit from the publicity this not-for-profit event provides.


SIG plc is the leading European specialist supplier to the construction, building and industrial markets. The Group has three core business sectors: Insulation & Energy Management, Interiors and Exteriors. SIG operates across Europe and has 680 trading sites in 15 countries across UK, Ireland and Mainland Europe – serving a wide range of trades in the building and construction markets.

Sustainable Energy Europe Awards

SuperHomes was its category winner in the Sustainable Energy Europe and ManagEnergy Awards 2014 [1]. Held during Sustainable Energy Week (23-27 June 2014) the Awards brought together 30 shortlisted entrants from a field of 342. The event was hosted by the European Commission in Brussels.

The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation

The Esmée Fairbairn Foundation aims to improve the quality of life throughout the UK. They do this by funding the charitable activities of organisations that have the ideas and ability to achieve change for the better.


In addressing the UK’s current ‘three-planet’ lifestyle, WWF strives for what we call a One Planet Future – where people and nature live in harmony, thriving within their fair share of the planet’s natural resources. To help us achieve that future WWF is happy to provide sponsorship towards this website.