February 13th, 2023
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Coinciding with the launch of the English PHPP 10, the Passive House Institute has published updated building criteria, which define the requirements for certification relating to the #PassiveHouse, #EnerPHit and #PHILowEnergyBuilding standards.https://t.co/s3vnl0dOHe pic.twitter.com/aSwl7ePrwS— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) February 16, 2023
Bell Nakusp Triplex | Nakusp, BC— Passive House Canada (@PassiveHouseCan) February 21, 2023
This is a series of 3 #PassiveHouse row houses, with a coach house of conventional construction. The suites are arranged to provide a feeling of community while offering sufficient privacy.https://t.co/R4ExkTj28w @dmaddenceng @HarrmannConsult pic.twitter.com/2TfQSnSRjl
Incredible photos of Fire Hall 17 (made with local PHI certified windows from @CascadiaWindows ) of @greenestcity first #PassiveHouse firehall! The brick and metal is a nice combo @hcma . Thanks for your leadership @DeputyTMoore @VanFireRescue #firefighters #FireDepartment pic.twitter.com/gfQ2osULjG— Chris Higgins (@CAHiggins) February 16, 2023
‘Greenwashing’ firms face steep new UK fines for misleading claims— Mark Siddall (@MarkSiddallRIBA) February 20, 2023
…so get ready for new clauses coming to a professional indemnity insurance policy near you.
HINT: It’s another reason why industry leaders get behind #Passivhaus https://t.co/PmScl7nbOw
Slightly stunned & very impressed to see @greenestcity bucking the trend: "Construction the only category on track to meet Vancouver’s 2030 climate goals"#passivhaus #passivehouse #lowcarbonhttps://t.co/0z45kIZYzh pic.twitter.com/Tj9rc6iHj9— Elrond Burrell (he/him) (@ElrondBurrell) February 20, 2023