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In July, the House of Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee released a report which was highly critical of the current lack of progress in building energy efficiency work, particularly in England. The report urged a seven-fold increase in the installation rate. “A major upgrade of the energy performance of the UK’s entire building stock will be a fundamental pillar of any credible strategy to reach net zero emissions, to address fuel poverty and cut energy bills,” the committee told the government.”  
Post date: 17 Ago 2020
Type: Publication

This year, the 24th annual In­ter­na­tion­al Pass­ive House Con­fer­en­ce will take place online for the very first time! The con­fer­en­ce will run from 20 Septem­ber to 8 Oc­to­ber 2020 and includes a multitude of lectures, workshops and building tours! All ses­sions will be re­cor­ded and can be ac­cessed again after the con­fer­en­ce between 10 Oc­to­ber and 1 Novem­ber 2020. You can now dis­cov­er the pro­gramme here.   
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: News

For someone outside the building sector, many of the shorthand symbols frequently used in Passive House related content – including educational videos, press releases, webinars, and even some of our other blog posts – can be quite confusing. What the heck is a U-value? What are all those different subscripts? And what the heck is this symbol -> Ψ? Don’t fret. We will get into all of those, as well as an explanation regarding their relevance to Passive House design in this handy guide!
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: Link

Women Driving the Passive House Industry is the International Passive house Association's newest interview series which aims to highlight the remarkable women working in the Passive House community. The iPHA team interviewed a handful of the many women who’ve contributed substantially to the growth of the Passive House Standard around the world. Here’s our fourth interview featuring Bronwyn Barry.
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: Link

Women in Passive House is iPHA’s newest interview series which aims at Women Driving the Passive House Industry is the International Passive House Association’s newest interview series which aims to highlight the remarkable women working in the Passive House community. The iPHA team interviewed a handful of the many women who’ve contributed substantially to the growth of the Passive House Standard around the world.
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: Link

Women Driving the Passive House Industry is the International Passive House Association’s newest interview series which aims to highlight the remarkable women working in the Passive House community. The iPHA team interviewed a handful of the many women who’ve contributed substantially to the growth of the Passive House Standard around the world. Here’s our fifth interview featuring Japanese architect Miwa Mori.
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: Link

Women Driving the Passive House Industry is the Internal Passive House Association’s newest interview series which aims to highlight the remarkable women working in the Passive House community. The iPHA team interviewed a handful of the many women who’ve contributed substantially to the growth of the Passive House Standard around the world. Here’s our third interview featuring carpenter-in-training Bethany Mercieca.
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: Link

A week of MIPIM and PROPEL events dedicated to property, cities and innovation! Paris, June 2, 2020 – Paris Real Estate Week (14 to 17 September) today unveils its initial programme comprising debates, conferences, Awards and an exhibition area that will address key topics in property, city agendas, and innovation.  
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: News

In general, optimisation is about finding the best available values given certain limitations and functions. All processes and systems, such as a district heating system, can be optimised to achieve the best possible values, based on predetermined settings. District heating and cooling systems can be optimised in several ways, from optimum substations to larger system optimisations, all important in their own way.
Post date: 13 Ago 2020
Type: News