Read as the first part of our new weekly series "Conference Countdown" why prefabricated retrofits in existing buildings are indispensable for climate protection. Gerhard Kopeinig will present details on serial renovation in Linz on September 11, 2021, at the 25th International Passive House Conference.
The programme is set and the ticket shop is online. In less than three months we start - time to secure a ticket. Take a look at the ticket shop right now to take advantage of the early bird discount. Here you will find more detailed information on the various participation modalities and prices. If you can't be there on-site, don't worry: this year we are offering the event both live in Wuppertal and via live stream. You can see the exact breakdown of what's on offer in the programme overview.
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The 2021 Passive House Award is an international architectural competition for highly energy efficient buildings. Projects can be submitted until 01 June 2021. The winners will be presented at an awards ceremony as part of the 25th International Passive House Conference.
Thank you to our Advisory Board members for 3 days of inspiring discussions to put together the conference programme for the 25th International Passive House Conference in September 2021. The programme will be published by end of April 2021. The conference planned as an hybrid event will take place in the Stadthalle in Wuppertal/Germany and ONLINE.
Proud of your building projects? Share them with us! We are looking for your experiences, projects, new developments and much more to create an inspiring programme for our 25th International Passive House Conference in Wuppertal, Germany. You have until 15 February 2021 to submit your abstract online. The Conference, including the Passive House Exhibition, will take place on 10 and 11 September 2021 at the historical city hall of Wuppertal. Additionally, we will provide additional online offerings to enable you to take part from around the world.
We are incredible happy and thankful for three weeks of virtual Passive House Conference and for all the things we learned and shared. It was an exhilarating experience to meet so many people virtually that are passionate about building energy-efficient houses and implementing these building standards for a better and more sustainable future. Take a look at our review page or dicover our Social Media Wall to read more.
Darmstadt, Germany. In order to close the “performance gap” that often occurs with energy-efficient buildings, 20 partners from across Europe have joined forces in the new Built2Spec project. The aim is to provide construction specialists with tools for mobile applications using smartphones and tablet computers – from easy-to-use 3D visualisation and compact solutions for airtightness measurements to a BIM-based data platform for on-site quality assurance. The most important objectives of the Built2Spec project were presented at the Sustainable Places conference which was held in Savona in Italy last week.
The discrepancy between the consumption values calculated in advance and the …