February 22nd, 2022
Here are the top tweets from last week!
Register now for Part 2 of our webinar series "Designing for the Future": https://t.co/RT36OYsbh2@GwilymStill and Nick Hodges of @FCBStudios will give a detailed insight into the delivery of Croft Gardens, a #Passivhaus student accommodation scheme for Kings College, Cambridge. pic.twitter.com/psm3vjSOZ5— Max Fordham LLP (@MaxFordhamLLP) March 1, 2022
@AECBnet presents our first webinar of 2022 - Masonry Cavity Wall Construction-embodied energy. Free lunchtime event presented in conjunction with @G_B_Store. Three great speakers on a PassivHaus new build project with a chance for Q & A. Register now!https://t.co/JTjN7A0ZKN— AECB (@AECBnet) February 28, 2022
In Europe, the largest impacts of #climateChange on human lives have so far been from heat stress, according to the @IPCC_CH #climatereport. The key damage type for mortality is different by continent.— Diana Urge-Vorsatz (@DianaUrge) February 28, 2022
Heat stress is not so catastrophic so it falls off media's radar pic.twitter.com/toWRkjL2oF
London Energy Transformation Initiative (LETI) recommends PHPP as modelling tool! LETI has published the LETI retrofit guidance, which recommends PHPP as the modelling tool. Find out more here: https://t.co/NA0k8wf1Kj pic.twitter.com/7HjXK6maw9— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) February 28, 2022
Enerphit passive house duplex before and after 95% complete. Final blower door test 0.33. Enerphit is the past and future.— Lucio Picciano (@lucio_picciano) March 1, 2022
Cost no more than a regular build.
Great job by Paul and crew at Geography contracting. @PassiveHouseCan @the_iPHA @MontePaulsen @CAHiggins @greenestcity pic.twitter.com/CveRVewzXK