Adding window net-energy calculations to a PHPP
By Ed May – 08/25/2019
Two Project Case Studies and the Lessons They Teach about Whole Building Envelope Air Leakage Testing
By Craig Stevenson – 10/31/2019
Passive House Canada launches course bundle with 50% discount for limited time.
By Passive House Canada – 03/30/2020
Columbia County Habitat for Humanity built a pair of townhomes to develop a cost-justified Passive House prototype design for future projects.
By Jordan Dentz – 03/26/2019
Colorado First Passive House Break Ground
By Andrew Michler – 10/15/2019
Here's another important crosswalk, between Passivhaus and the International Living Future Institute
The partnership between the Passivhaus Institut and the International Living Future Institute (ILFI), the organization behind the living building challenge.
By Lloyd Alter – 08/12/2019
All 3 Passive Houses used less energy than similarly sized homes built to the NYSECC. However, energy consumption was 24%-82% higher than predicted PHPP models.
By Jordan Dentz – 03/01/2019
Spread the News! PHMN (an NAPHN Chapter) are excited to offer the Certified Passive House Tradesperson Training in Minneapolis on Nov 12-16.
By North American Passive House Network – 10/03/2019
NAPHN19 Passive House Conference: Build the World We Want, June 27-28, in NYC. NAPHN and NYPH are bringing sessions focused on low-carbon building
By North American Passive House Network – 06/24/2019
Tim will be sharing his experience completing Passive House Certified multifamily buildings in Pennsylvania.
By Andrew Michler – 10/01/2019
The First Certified Passive House in Southeast Asia – Star Garments Innovation Center
By Steven Winter Associates – 06/10/2019
The Power of Existing Buildings explains how to realize the potential of existing buildings and make them perform like new.
By Craig Stevenson – 08/10/2019
Using Sketchup to embed, manage and report out building information for Passive House energy modeling
By Ed May – 06/24/2019
Linking PHPP calculated values back to a DesignPH Sketchup model for visualization and error checking
By Ed May – 07/01/2019