Housing 4.0 Energy

Interreg North West Europe project Housing 4.0 Energy (H4.0E) aims to develop a market for small, affordable near-zero energy homes (NZEHs) by adapting and applying new digital technologies, thus stimulating both consumer and supplier interest. Made up of five partner countries in North West Europe (NWE), the three and a half year H4.0E project will facilitate the uptake of low carbon and digital technologies, products, processes and services in the NWE housing sector to reduce carbon emissions and improve quality of life for homeowners in the region and beyond.



EU | European Regional Development Fund


Interreg North West Europe

Grant number: 


Grant amount:

€ 4 181 209.50
Contribution to TU Delft: € 446 263.76


Project partner

Project duration:          

May 2018 to November 2021

Principal TU Delft researcher:

Prof.dr.ir. Marja Elsinga

TU Delft research team:

Prof.dr.ir. Henk Visscher
Dr. Arjen Meijer  
Dr. Harry van der Heijden 
Shima Ebrahimigharehbaghi
Cynthia Souaid
Dr. Marietta Haffner
Dr. Frits Meijer

Project partners

Provincie Vlaams Brabant; Europäisches Institut für Innovation - Technologie e. V.; Gemeente Almere; TU Delft; 3 Counties Energy Agency; South West College; Open Systems Lab; Kamp C


Prof.dr.ir. Marja Elsinga

This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No NWE705