Efficiency: The First Renewable Energy #EfficiencyFirst

 

 

The International Passive House Association (iPHA) is a global network uniting both Passive House experts and enthusiasts alike. Together with its 22 Affiliate Organisations, iPHA works to promote the Passive House standard and foster a greater public understanding of its benefits and achievability. The network makes a wealth of information available and facilitates active exchange among professionals, policymakers and the public.

 

In 2021, the iPHA Network will be running the "Efficiency: The First Renewable Energy #EfficiencyFirst" campaign. Over the course of the year, iPHA, together with its affiliate organisations will be running a series of activities and events to promote the significance of an efficiency first approach.

 

Make your building work for you and live better using less energy in a comfortable, healthy, sustainable and future-oriented Passive House.

 

Efficiency: The First Renewable Energy #EfficiencyFirst Videos

 

 

To mark the occasion of Earth Day 2021, the International Passive House Association, together with our affiliate partners from all over the world, launched a series of videos to highlight the benefits of the Passive House standard and an efficiency first approach. The videos are available in a range of languages and regional versions including Spanish; German; Mandarin; French and more!

 

The theme for this year's Earth Day is 'Restore our earth'. In line with this important topic, our new video shows how the Passive House approach contributes to a positive future for our built environment.

 

Find your local video on your affiliate organisation's website or via the dedicated playlist on the iPHA Youtube channel!

 

 

Efficiency: The First Renewable Energy #EfficiencyFirst Pamphlets

 

 

Download the iPHA #EfficiencyFirst Pamphlet

 

Meeting our goals for climate protection

 

Detailing the benefits of Passive House, why we should think #EfficiencyFirst when tackling building projects and the ways in which the Passive House standard provides a pathway to meeting our climate goals, the pamphlet is available in multiple languages including: Spanish, Portuguese, Romanian, Greek, Dutch, Swedish, German, Hungarian and Italian. There are also local versions of the pamphlet available for:

The UK and USA (nationwide, California and New York), New Zealand and Austria.

 

Find your regional pamphlet on your local affiliate organisation's website and in the list below:

 

Bulgarian:

Passive House Bulgaria

 

Dutch:

 

Stichting PassiefBouwen

 

English:

 

Australian Passive House Association

 

New York Passive House

 

North American Passive House Network

 

Passive House California

 

Passive House Association of Ireland

 

Passive House Institute New Zealand

 

Passivhaus Trust

 

French:

 

Pamphlet in French

 

German:

 

IG Passivhaus Deutschland

 

Passivhaus Austria

 

Greek:

 

Hellenic Passive House Institute

 

Hungarian:

 

Passive House Hungary

 

Italian:

 

ZEPHIR

 

Mandarin:

 

Pamphlet in Mandarin

 

Portuguese:

 

Associação Passivhaus Portugal

 

Romanian:

 

Passive House Association Romania

 

Spanish:

 

Instituto Passivhaus Chile

 

Plataforma Edificación Passivhaus

 

 

 

#ExplainPassiveHouse Competition

 

 

Have you seen the well-known visual example describing Passive House as a thermos
versus a conventional building as an actively heated coffee machine? It’s time for an
update!

 

The winner of the #ExplainPassiveHouse competition is Andy M. from Australia, for his video comparing a watertight bowl to a colander. Congratulations Andy! Thank you to everyone who entered for your creativity and for thinking #EfficiencyFirst!

 

Winner of the #ExplainPassiveHouse Competition

 

 

#ExplainPassiveHouse Competition Honourable Mentions

 

 

 


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