The International Passive House Association
2013 International Passive House Conference Review
Passive House experts report on experiences with projects around the world
Frankfurt, 2.5.2013. "Passive House – a solid foundation for the energy revolution" – this was the motto under which more than a thousand experts on energy efficient construction gathered in Frankfurt, Germany on 19 and 20 April. Whether for sustainable refurbishments, intelligent building services or concepts for different climate regions, solutions from across the building sector were presented at the 17th International Passive House Conference. Press release
Latest version of the PHPP planning tool to be launched at the 17th International Passive House Conference
"Fit for renewable energies and suitable for all climates"
Darmstadt, Germany, 15 April 2013. The German version of the new Passive House planning software will be available at the International Passive House Conference in Frankfurt, Germany. Read more
The 2nd edition of the Passive House brochure will go to print in spring 2014, just in time for the 18th International Passive House Conference. Also due to be freely available for download, this new edition will follow in the footsteps of its predecessor with its clear, easy to understand explanations of Passive House basics and its beautifully described examples of certified Passive Houses while also featuring new material on key topics in energy efficiency. With worldwide distribution, this brochure is a classic work presented in the lobbies of countless Passive House professionals.
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Pioneer Award for 1970s Zero-Energy House in Denmark
Project due to receive recognition at the Passive House Conference in Frankfurt
Darmstadt. This year's Passive House Pioneer Award for groundbreaking achievements in the field of energy-efficient construction will go to the Zero-Energy House in Copenhagen, built in the 1970s under the guidance of the late professor Vagn Korsgaard (1921 – 2012). The findings of this project proved decisive for the development of modern energy efficient buildings. Torben Esbensen, an engineer and a driving force behind the project at the Technical University of Denmark, will accept the award at the upcoming International Passive House Conference in Frankfurt, Germany. Press release
Schools Save The World Campaign - Petition ends on 25 April!
"Schools Save The World!" is the national youth campaign in support of the implementation of the Passive House Standard in Ukrainian schools. To achieve the goal the petition demanding passive schools is being conducted. SIGN THE ONLINE PETITION TODAY!