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19th International Passive House Conference 2015

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19th International Passive House Conference 2015

19th International Passive House Conference 2015

The 19th International Passive House Conference will place a special emphasis on  high performance components. Such products are needed to facilitate the superior comfort, air quality, and sustainably low energy costs for which Passive Houses are known. They also support the exceptionally low energy consumption of Passive House buildings, which can easily and affordably be run on renewable energies towards zero and plus energy concepts. The products, just as the buildings in which they are used, must, of course, also be cost effective if Passive House is to really take hold in the near future. These as well as exemplary case studies and building projects from around the world will be central conference themes.

2015 Conference themes

01 Economics of energy efficient construction
02 EnerPHit components for retrofits
03 Passive House suitable ventilation
05 Retrofit solutions for ventilation systems
06 1000 ways to heat a Passive House
07 Step-by-step refurbishments with Passive House components (EuroPHit)
08 Successful implementation of the Passive House Standard on regional und communal levels (PassREg)
09 Making progress in warmer climates
10 Is zero equal to forty? Sustainability ambitions critically reviewed
11 Affordable examples of Passive Houses for residental and non-residental buildings
12 Cutting-edge research and development

Special sessions of the 2015 Passive House Conference will be devoted to two EU funded projects: PassREg (Passive House Regions with Renewable Energy) and
EuroPHit (step-by-step refurbishment on the basis of Passive House).


Further information available at

Passivhaus Institute, Universität Innsbruck, Stadt Leipzig
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