Passive New York City: A Snapshot of Low Energy Building Opportunities, Barriers, & Resources

NYPH is pleased to announce Building Energy Exchange (BEEx)‘s new publication, “Passive New York City”.  This guide is a valuable tool for spreading Passive House across NYC and beyond.


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(From BEEx) New York City’s commitment to an 80% reduction of carbon emissions by 2050 has quickly and dramatically raised the profile of the Passive House standard. As one of the few building energy standards with a record of delivering results that match such an aggressive goal, the Passive House standard was featured in Mayor de Blasio’s climate action plan, One City: Built to Lastand has since been the subject of intense focus by public and private stakeholders in both the City and State.

Click here to read the full BEEx report.Principles


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