The Passive House Network announced that registration is open for the Passive House 2022 Conference: Passive House For All. The conference will take place on June 10 online and on June 17 in-person in Boston, and online. Significant discounts are available to those registering before April 23 and can be enhanced further by becoming a PHN Member.
The event will take on the full range of specialized technical, process, and policy aspects of Passive House one expects from a PHN conference - and it will challenge industry and stakeholders to think more holistically, looking at the intersections of efficiency, electrification, embodied carbon and social equity.
“Too often great work is being done in silos - everyone's excelling but not necessarily optimizing the full potential of their efforts,” said PHN Executive Director, Ken Levenson. “By identifying the fundamental ingredients of sustainability, addressing their complementary aspects, and teasing out the gaps where greater collaboration between specialties is needed, we can push for optimized results. It’s a matter of finding new ways to support continual and accelerating improvement - to support each other. The scale of change demanded requires nothing less and there is no time to waste.”
Primary event partners include The Passive House Institute (PHI), the global leader of Passive House research, as well as the regional group, Passive House Massachusetts (PHMA).
In addition to core topic-specific sessions on June 10 and a series of interdisciplinary panel discussions on June 17, there will be deep-dive workshops on June 16, local Boston building tours on June 18 and several happy hour socials to meet and connect with fellow change-makers.
Find out more and register at: https://phnconference.org/