11 February 2016

First Passive House projects in Greece and Turkey now certified

Building standard provides maximum efficiency also in the Mediterranean climate


Passive House in Greece Darmstadt. With intelligent architecture, considerable energy savings are possible in every climate. The latest examples of this now stand in Greece and Turkey. A complex of terraced houses and an environmental education centre are the first buildings to fulfil the criteria of the Passive House Standard in these two Mediterranean countries. The specific challenges for energy efficient construction in regions with a warm climate will be presented based on these and other projects at the International Passive House Conference 2016. Press Release

 


21 January 2016

New Passive House office building in Frankfurt now certified

Visits to take place around the International Passive House Conference 2016


New Passive House building in Frankfurt Frankfurt. Curved façades, but a straightforward energy concept: a new office building in Frankfurt, Germany, clearly shows the potential of sustainable building design, with an architectural style that is not only elegant but also intelligent. The result is a 90 percent reduced heating demand and perceptibly increased comfort due to high indoor air quality. The building thus meets with the criteria for the Passive House Standard. Details of the energy efficient solutions for the building services and building envelope will be discussed in April during excursions as part of the International Passive House Conference 2016. Press Release

 


6 January 2016

Passive House Conference back in Darmstadt for its anniversary

Programme of international event in April available online – registration now open


The first Passive House Darmstadt. The Passive House is now 25 years old; to celebrate this, the International Passive House Conference is returning to Darmstadt – the city in Germany, in which this success story began. On 22 and 23 April 2016, over a hundred speakers from all over the world will report on the latest projects relating to highly energy efficient construction and retrofits. But the anniversary will also serve as an occasion for a review, with the presentation of results relating to the durability of the individual building components of the first Passive House. The complete Conference programme is now available online. In addition, registration at the early booking rate is now possible at www.passivehouseconference.org. Press Release


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