July 27th, 2021
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Catch up on @Arch_Today's brilliant session on bringing Passivhaus to the mainstream with @AnnMarieFallon_— Architype (@ArchitypeUK) July 29, 2021
Ann-Marie discusses high quality design, tailoring Passivhaus to suit bespoke client needs and the tools required to achieve net zero carbon.https://t.co/UOhDuLBtg6
We're thrilled to have Harold Orr back for an encore!— Passive House Canada (@PassiveHouseCan) July 30, 2021
In the 1970s, the SK govt asked Harold Orr & a group of individuals to design a passive solar house to withstand the changing local climate. They paved the way for a movement of innovators.
Register: https://t.co/Dae7HakpP9 pic.twitter.com/OpZPrxqXTZ
Think your project is a building of excellence? Enter it in the Phius Passive Projects Design Competition to find out!— Phius (@PHIUS1) August 2, 2021
Our esteemed panel of jurors will be selecting the best of the best, and the winners will be announced at #phiuscon2021.
Learn more: https://t.co/p1sQWE7aLt pic.twitter.com/BBrzqK452k
Have you seen what's on this week? The next iPHA Webinar on embodied carbon and energy will take place on Wednesday. Visit the webinar page on the iPHA website to register!— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) August 2, 2021
More information about the events can be found here:https://t.co/yrlacMclUP#PassiveHouse #Passivhaus pic.twitter.com/34aKyYIOCH
Developer calls UK Government to stipulate all #NewHomes be built to #Passivhaus Standard by 2025https://t.co/kHwEhgcgz1#TuesdayThoughts #BetterBuildings #BuildForwardBetter #QualityHousing #HealthyBuildings #PassiveHouse #Housing #HouseBuilding Good Homes Alliance— Passivhaus Trust (@PassivhausTrust) July 27, 2021
The#IceBoxChallenge in #StEnochSquare continues: come along to see how the Passivhaus system reduces home and workplace heating (& cooling) bills and carbon emissions.— Glasgow City Council (@GlasgowCC) July 28, 2021
Find out more 👉 https://t.co/KOMWR1cGLx#CountdownToCOP@PassivhausTrust pic.twitter.com/NqRDXCJ4uu
“Reducing food waste by 75%, for eg, could move Earth Overshoot Day back 8 days; moving to electric cars could move it back 5; and adopting passive house standards across all buildings could shift it by 11 days”#passivhaus #passivehouse #efficiencyfirsthttps://t.co/VgkMrKC0Bk— Elrond Burrell (he/him) (@ElrondBurrell) August 2, 2021