It’s often said in Passive House circles that we already have the solutions at our fingertips to make buildings part of the climate solution rather than the climate problem. We just need to use them.
Passive House Accelerator’s Passive House Policy Summit says the same thing about Passive House policy ideas and policymaking. We already have the policy solutions at our fingertips for a rapid and equitable transition to Passive House and zero carbon building.
Our Policy Summit starts with the premise that virtually all new buildings can and should be Passive House buildings, right now. It then shares North American examples of how policy is accelerating this transition in New York, Massachusetts, Washington, British Columbia, and beyond.
We’ll hear impactful presentations by:
Anthony Pak of Carbon Leadership Forum
Bev Craig of Massachusetts Clean Energy Center
Bomee Jung recently of New York City Housing Authority
Mike Fowler of Passive House Northwest
Prudence Ferreira of BR+A and the ASHRAE 227 committee
Robyn Wark of BC Hydro
Tom Eisele recently of NYC Mayor’s Office
And, in true Passive House Accelerator style, we’ll have a lively Q&A session after the presentations.
This summit has been designed and planned by Beverly Craig, Tom Eisele, Prudence Ferreira, Bomee Jung, Cheryl Saldanha, and Zack Semke. A big “thank you!” for the time, energy, and insights that this talented group of leaders has brought to the process. Come see what we’ve put together for you!