March 13th, 2023
Here are the top tweets from last week!
#BRANDNEW#HowTo build a #Passivhaus webinar series https://t.co/wiWWNBwevW— Passivhaus Trust (@PassivhausTrust) March 20, 2023
starting this Wednesday#MondayMotivation #ClimateAction #ArchitectsDeclare #BetterBuildings #JoinUs #Passivhaus #webinar @the_iPHA @phplusmag @ecominimalnick @SallyGodber @ArchitypeUK pic.twitter.com/mffDsYMQY4
#PassiveHouse and the #SustainableDevelopmentGoals (SDGs): Connecting an international building standard with global aims: An in-depth article and accompanying infographic from iPHA.https://t.co/ftpaMFY8GL pic.twitter.com/bbSYgWH1P3— International Passive House Association (@the_iPHA) March 20, 2023
This image from today's IPCC synthesis report is brutal. The existing policy trajectory represents a profound failure of our governments, and of our international political system. We need much more aggressive mitigation and much stronger international cooperation. pic.twitter.com/vQiSLzlI3g— Jason Hickel (@jasonhickel) March 20, 2023
We’re big fans of the energy modelling tool #PHPP, so in 2021 we developed a plug-in that generates a peak heating load graph and shared it with our followers.— Max Fordham LLP (@MaxFordhamLLP) March 16, 2023
We have now updated the plug-in for PHPP 10.
Get the update here 👉 https://t.co/HyXVJ31fhO #Passivhaus @phplusmag pic.twitter.com/PwogxiuOzc
Today I learned from @EsTresidder that if a school replicated the airtightness achieved at Larch Corner #Passivhaus, then it would have an n50 something between about 0.019 and 0.014.— Mark Siddall (@MarkSiddallRIBA) March 20, 2023
q50 internal dims 0.041, so
q50 external (PHPP) = 0.032 pic.twitter.com/KXgaNAJr1B