Key­note speak­er plen­ary | Sat­urday 11 March

Keyno­te Spea­ker Ple­nary of the 26th In­ter­na­tio­na­l Pass­ive House Con­fer­en­ce

Satu­rday, 11th March 2023, Ter­ras­sensaal D + E

In Wies­ba­den with live broad­cast­ing for par­ti­cipants, Ger­man present­a­tions will be in­ter­preted sim­ul­tan­eously in Eng­lish

 

Time (CET) Speak­er Lec­ture                                          


9.00 am

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Jan Steiger | Passivhaus Institut

 

Open­ing of the key­note speak­er plen­ary

9.05 am
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Andrew Arifuzzaman | University of Toronto Scarbrough

The Jour­ney of Pas­si­ve Hou­se in To­ron­to: Dri­ving Sys­tem Change and Buil­ding Ca­pa­ci­ty

The exe­cu­ti­on of a new Uni­ver­si­ty of To­ron­to Scar­bo­rough Pas­si­ve Hou­se re­si­dence was in­ten­tio­nal­ly de­si­gned to broad­ly en­ga­ge with in­ves­tors, con­sul­tants, lo­cal au­t­ho­ri­ties and buil­ders to build lo­cal know­led­ge, ex­per­ti­se and pas­si­on for Pas­si­ve Hou­se and de-risk fu­ture pro­jects wi­thin the re­gi­on.

9.20 am

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Justin Bere | bere:architects

How to De­car­bo­ni­se UK En­er­gy

More in­form­a­tion will fol­low

9.35 am                        
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Kate de Selincourt | Freelance writer and researcher

The Po­ten­ti­al of Pas­siv­haus to Pro­tect Peo­ple in Ex­tre­me Fi­nan­ci­al Dis­tress

In the UK high en­er­gy pri­ces and poor hou­sing lea­ve ma­ny peo­ple un­a­ble to he­at their ho­mes. Mo­del­ling and an­ec­do­te sug­gest un­hea­ted Pas­siv­haus main­tain sa­fe tem­pe­ra­tu­res in cool wea­ther for 5 days or mo­re. In win­ter tem­pe­ra­tu­res al­so re­main si­gni­fi­cant­ly hig­her than in non-Pas­siv­haus

 
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