Here are the top tweets from last week!
A Pattern Language from Passive House is a 4-part workshop facilitated by Monte Paulsen, @RDHBuildings presenting design problems common to multi-unit buildings, followed by solutions that have worked in previous #highperformance projects.— Passive House Canada (@PassiveHouseCan) June 11, 2021
Register: https://t.co/uFFadsVmaC pic.twitter.com/UdMkdfYMm9
Agar Grove is the largest Passivhaus development in the UK, designed with tenants and energy performance at its heart.— Hawkins\Brown (@Hawkins_Brown) June 8, 2021
Phase 1a, which delivered 38 social rent homes, has been shortlisted in this year's @PassivhausTrust Awards for large projects. 🎉https://t.co/DKtRTG8QBR pic.twitter.com/sgRCYb5Pxc
“What we're doing here can be upscaled to major new #housing developments. It needs to happen if we're going to meet the Government’s revised 2035 carbon reduction target, as current #housing construction methods will not do so,”https://t.co/PR4lnPobEz#Passivhaus #FridayFeeling— Passivhaus Trust (@PassivhausTrust) June 11, 2021
it's really bad - and it hasn't even gotten that dry yet in the PNW.— michael eliason (@holz_bau) June 12, 2021
discussed this issue today on a podcast. the PNW has long been seen as fairly climate resilient.
with extended smoke events lasting weeks, will that still be the case? https://t.co/C97JCpitz4
The Passive House Institute has several tools that can be downloaded from the ofiicial website. Among them can be found a ventilation tool, a summer temperature tool, a heat pump tool and much more! #passivehouse #efficiencyfirst #passivhaus— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) June 8, 2021