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Fast and reliable retrofits towards EnerPHit Standard & Passive House economics in an out-of-control construction market
Thursday, 25 Aug. 2022

Why are these top­ics so im­port­ant?

Fast and re­li­able ret­ro­fits to­wards En­erPHit Stand­ard

In the face of cli­mate change, sit­ting on our hands is no longer an op­tion: We must act now! Up­grad­ing the ex­ist­ing build­ing stock to a sus­tain­able level is an im­mense chal­lenge, for which we must in­crease the rate of renov­a­tion while sim­ul­tan­eously en­sur­ing that these ret­ro­fits achieve deep en­ergy sav­ings. The En­erPHit stand­ard is per­fect for the job! Please share your fast and deep ret­ro­fit pro­jects with us, keep­ing costs in mind, of course.


Pass­ive House eco­nom­ics in an out-of-con­trol con­struc­tion mar­ket

The gas mar­ket value in June 2022 was 15 times high­er than the gas price in the same month of 2020. And prices are pro­jeted to fur­ther in­crease. The en­ergy trans­ition, however, with its prom­ise for great­er en­ergy in­de­pend­ence, should sta­bil­ise en­ergy prices and re­lax the situ­ation in the longer term. Either way, low en­ergy de­mand means low risk! Im­ple­ment­ing en­ergy ef­fi­ciency to the Pass­ive House level is cost-ef­fect­ive and provides re­si­li­ence to en­ergy cost volat­il­ity. We in­vite you to show us your pro­jects, ex­amples and sci­entif­ic stud­ies. Help us spread cost-ef­fect­ive solu­tions for sus­tain­able con­struc­tion and share your ex­per­i­ences and num­bers about the eco­nom­ic vi­ab­il­ity of the Pass­ive House and En­erPHit stand­ards.


Please sub­mit your ab­stracts un­til 02 Septem­ber 2022!


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