Built to Last: Passive House.
This one day event will demonstrate how Passive House can help you make a New York that is built to last.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s policy to reduce city-wide carbon emissions 80% by 2050 in his plan One City: Built to Last, has set the course for effective climate change mitigation and resilient adaptation.
Passive House is the one building standard that reliably and affordably delivers deep cuts in energy use proportionate to our climate challenge, while providing increased comfort, indoor health and climate resilience – including net zero and energy positive buildings.
If you’re a stakeholder in our low-energy building future find out how Passive House is being successfully implemented and ask questions that relate directly to your situation.
Topics to Include:
– Retrofiting our buildings to Passive House performance
– Net-Zero and Energy Positive Passive Houses
– Passive House and Resiliency
– Large scale new and retrofit projects
– Commercial, institutional & residential projects
– New Passive House certification standards
Confirmed Featured Speakers Include: (more to be announced)
– Sebastian Moreno-Vacca, architect and leader of the Belgian revolution in low-energy building.
– Jessica Gove-Smith, senior scientist at the Passive House Institute.
– Dieter Herz, leading engineer and consultant on large scale Passive Houses.
– Alex Wilson, founder of BuildingGreen.com and the Resilient Design Institute
– 500 +/- participants (including architects & engineers, property developers & managers, policy officials & regulators.)
– 30 + vendor expo of leading specialized high-performance products and services
– Accessible location at 125 West 18th Street, New York, NY
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