Passivhaus

Stirley Farm EnerPHit – Passivhaus retrofit project

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The Benefits of an Autonomous House

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PHPP Demo Software

PHPP Demo Software – All versions of the Passive House Planning Package (PHPP), including this demonstration version, are copyright of the Passivhaus Institut. Users are encouraged to pass on this demonstration version, provided that it is not changed in any way The full version of the PHPP 2007 can be purchased here. It comes with a 200... Read more »

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EnerPHit Certification Criteria

EnerPHit Certification Criteria: Residential Refurbishment – The EnerPHit Standard has been developed as a good practice refurbishment guide for Passivhaus renovations. EnerPHit recognises the difficulty of achieving a full Passivhaus standard in existing buildings without excessive cost or intrusion to the existing building. Hence EnerPHit has set a slightly different standard requirement to the full Passivhaus... Read more »

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Passivhaus Certification Criteria: Non-Residential

Passivhaus Certification Criteria: Non-Residential – Outlines the certification and evidence requirement for the non residential Passivhaus Standard The first ‘Passivhaus’ low energy construction standard is credited to Dr. Wolfgang Feist of the Passivhaus Institut, Germany. The first Passivhaus being completed in Darmstadt, Germany in 1990. Passive Houses” were defined as buildings which have an extremely small... Read more »

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Passivhaus Certification Criteria: Residential

Passivhaus Certification Criteria: Residential – Outlines the certification and evidence requirement for the residential Passivhaus Standard The first ‘Passivhaus’ low energy construction standard is credited to Dr. Wolfgang Feist of the Passivhaus Institut, Germany. The first Passivhaus being completed in Darmstadt, Germany in 1990. Passive Houses” were defined as buildings which have an extremely small heating... Read more »

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Passivhaus Building Certification

Passivhaus certification is a quality control process that will ensure your building performs as designed The first ‘Passivhaus’ low energy construction standard is credited to Dr. Wolfgang Feist of the Passivhaus Institut, Germany. The first Passivhaus being completed in Darmstadt, Germany in 1990. Passive Houses” were defined as buildings which have an extremely small heating... Read more »

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Passivhaus Primer: A Contractor’s Guide

So you’ve been asked to build a Passivhaus? The first ‘Passivhaus’ low energy construction standard is credited to Dr. Wolfgang Feist of the Passivhaus Institut, Germany. The first Passivhaus being completed in Darmstadt, Germany in 1990. Passive Houses” were defined as buildings which have an extremely small heating energy demand even in the Central European... Read more »

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Passivhaus Primer: Designer’s Guide

A guide for the design team and local authorities The first ‘Passivhaus’ low energy construction standard is credited to Dr. Wolfgang Feist of the Passivhaus Institut, Germany. The first Passivhaus being completed in Darmstadt, Germany in 1990. Passive Houses” were defined as buildings which have an extremely small heating energy demand even in the Central... Read more »

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Passivhaus Primer: Introduction

An aid to understanding the key principles to the Passivhaus standard The first ‘Passivhaus’ low energy construction standard is credited to Dr. Wolfgang Feist of the Passivhaus Institut, Germany. The first Passivhaus being completed in Darmstadt, Germany in 1990. Passive Houses” were defined as buildings which have an extremely small heating energy demand even in... Read more »

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