April 18th, 2022
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Passive House Network's annual conference is happening June 10 and 17 in Boston and online.— passivhausMAINE🌲🦞🌎💫🏗🏬🏘 (@passivhausME) April 22, 2022
Register online today and get early-bird pricing.
Check here for more info on the conference and registration: https://t.co/jMuG9IEhoT pic.twitter.com/OwZLqTRsgY
The The Passive House Network (formerly NAPHN) (PHN) has been quietly working to promote effective policy for quite some time: first via research & now via promoting effective policies that scale. We supported a CPUC report that ou…https://t.co/XrfySEzCWd https://t.co/2F12tGJGt1— Bronwyn Barry (@PassiveHouseBB) April 20, 2022
Wow. Canada to invest CAD $500m on cooperatives. If the US did this, proportionally, it'd be $3.4B— larch_lab (@Larch_Lab) April 23, 2022
Nowhere near enough to solve the housing crisis, but more community oriented housing - especially meeting passivhaus, and decarbonized - would be great.https://t.co/4OeotY1PIX
Labour led Exeter City Council is building the 1st Passivhaus Leisure Complex in the Country set to open later this month. It is super energy efficient; compared to similar modern centres it will use 70% less energy. Enough to make 140 MILLION cups of tea a year ☕️ pic.twitter.com/ZBrzDHBDtk— Exeter Labour Party (@exeterlabour) April 19, 2022
All types of new homes CAN be built to the #Passivhaus standard - AND they can be built (& retrofitted) using sustainable materials.— ASBP (@asbp_uk) April 20, 2022
These #Passivhaus projects have been recognised in our #ASBPawards, judged against “6 Pillars of Sustainable Construction” https://t.co/CGl9dzeD4k https://t.co/zAQ18QOzuo pic.twitter.com/ZPdtoSw31V
"The first anticipated net-zero hotel and first Passive House-certified hotel in the US slated to open this Spring - Recycling an entire building for utmost sustainability"#passivhaus #passivehouse #EnerPHit #retrofithttps://t.co/XLbX2IvNtP pic.twitter.com/tbRjexncf0— Elrond Burrell (he/him) (@ElrondBurrell) April 25, 2022
The Passive House and EnerPHit standards provide a clear and proven pathway to meeting our climate goals. Read about the Passive House Building Blocks in our informational poster!https://t.co/vm9xcqK06U#EfficiencyFirst #EfficiencyNOW #PassiveHouse #Passivhaus pic.twitter.com/P86JPy9lZw— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) April 20, 2022