Top Passive House Tweets of Last Week, May 17
May 18th, 2021
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Good news! The thermal bridges catalogue is back! It has been updated and is now back on https://t.co/ddYhqVuvMB. It's available here:https://t.co/ZgV4x4oGlc#passivhaus #passivehouse #netzero #sustainability #efficiencyfirst pic.twitter.com/5jfkZXSdLn— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) May 19, 2021
"Infection indoors can be reduced by 50% with increased air flow, and by up to 90% with increased air flow, filtration and mask-wearing," says @Orla_Hegarty at #Oireachtas Health Committee— Passive House Plus (@phplusmag) May 19, 2021
'Is Cost the Barrier to Passive House Performance?' @naphnetwork report showing first costs vary from 1-8% - with inexperienced teams or complex forms having highest costs. https://t.co/W7iWpoN1pH— michael eliason (@holz_bau) May 20, 2021
If you're well organised, can keep to a budget and are good with people, then perhaps project managing your house build is the way to go.https://t.co/fCurIvNhtU#SelfBuild #ProjectManagement #Passivhaus pic.twitter.com/NAS4sIYKza— Ben Adam-Smith (@BenAdamSmith) May 18, 2021
Goldsmith Street is remarkable because it is living proof that budget, design and environment are all possible: https://t.co/jQMfqupYUo#budget #passivhaus pic.twitter.com/5Ew8esiUvz— RISE Design Studio (@RISE_D_S) May 19, 2021
El @CSCAE, lanza una interesante iniciativa para acercar los #ODS a la #ciudadanía. #ConstruyeSostenibilidad, conseguir pueblos y ciudades más respetuosos con el #medioambiente.— Consorcio PassivHaus (@ConPassivHaus) May 20, 2021
Vía @CICconstruccion: https://t.co/LbAkLMIUwl#ConstrucciónSostenible #Agenda2030 #Sostenibilidad
Climate pledges by governments to date fall well short of what is required to bring global energy-related CO2 emissions to net zero by 2050 according to new #IEA report, "Net Zero by 2050: a Roadmap for the Global Energy Sector"... so what's the plan?https://t.co/aA0HWfjMAS pic.twitter.com/1Sgk9uKBW0— Rob McLeod 💙 (@PassivhausPlus) May 18, 2021
The Skeena Residence at @ubcokanagan is much more than net-zero ready. It will be a certified Passive House. @jjhorgan @the_iPHA @PassiveHouseCan @RDHBuildings https://t.co/gn7r6tYYzw— Monte Paulsen (@MontePaulsen) May 17, 2021
Congrats @PortlandHousingAuthority, a multifamily, new construction project in Portland, ME is PHIUS+ CORE Pre-Certified. Another fab building in Portland- directly adjacent to beautiful green space and easy access to extensive bike paths connecting downtown. Great job! pic.twitter.com/CV8KtwJObM— passivhausMAINE🌲🦞🌎💫🏗🏬🏘 (@passivhausME) May 19, 2021
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