Passivhaus Affiliate

Passivhaus News

2017 Passivhaus Premonitions

2017 Passivhaus Premonitions

What does 2017 have in store for Passivhaus in the UK?

31st January 2017

Zero: How low can we go?

Zero: How low can we go?

As a result of the London Plan's zero carbon target and the EU Nearly Zero Energy Buildings Target, our annual New Year debate, organised jointly with the AECB and Good Homes Alliance, explored the role of Passivhaus in the drive towards zero carbon.

31st January 2017

Planning win for Forest of Dean Passivhaus

Planning win for Forest of Dean Passivhaus

Treetops Passivhaus is a replacement dwelling for a pebble-dashed cottage in dire need of modernisation.

30th January 2017

Saffron Acres Certified

Saffron Acres Certified

Saffron Acres has become the largest Passivhaus residential development in the UK, following certification of all sixty-eight homes by January 2017.

30th January 2017

Hayman House Certified

Hayman House Certified

North Welsh Passivhaus provides private residence for occupants wishing to have a smaller, more comfortable home for their future.

17th January 2017

18 Certified Passivhaus homes in Dartmoor National Park

18 Certified Passivhaus homes in Dartmoor National Park

Christow Community Land Trust & Teign Housing deliver 18 new Passivhaus homes, designed by Michell Architects, in Dartmoor National Park.

16th January 2017

Passivhaus Credit Points for Retrofit Training

Passivhaus Credit Points for Retrofit Training

Graduates of the AECB CarbonLite retrofit training, upon receiving their certificate, are allocated 35 credit points to help achieve CEPH renewal via the credit point system.

12th January 2017

Select a year:

Select a month: