Planning on attending the 22nd International Passive House Conference in Munich, March 9-10?
The Passive House Institute is extending the conference’s early bird rate until January 28th, 2018 for Passive House Canada members. After January 28, groups of eight or more members can receive a 15 per cent discount off the regular conference registration fee. (Discount does not apply to workshop fees, tours, or evening events.)
Thank you to our awesome exhibitors for joining us at the Passive House Pavilion at BUILDEX Vancouver, February 14-15.
By taking part in the pavilion, they’ll be reaching more than more than 14,000 builders and designers attending Western Canada’s largest tradeshow and conference for the construction, renovation, architecture and interior design industries.
We’ve begun planning for the 2018 Passive House Conference to take place in November in Vancouver, B.C., need your help to contribute ideas, expertise, time and awesomeness to make this a world-class event.
To participate on the conference Sponsorship Committee, Social Events Committee, or Outreach Committee, email Passive House Canada Events Manager Gaby Dominguez, stating which committee you’re interested in.
Join us February 14-15 at the Vancouver Convention Centre to learn the latest insights and challenges from B.C. Passive House projects. Register by January 25 for early-bird rates.
If you missed the Passive House Deep Dive on October 31 or the Passive House seminar series at BUILDEX Calgary on November 8-9, some of the speakers have provided their presentations for our Building Professionals Resource Centre. You can also download them here.
About 125 people took part in our northeastern B.C. outreach and training events in November. Almost 30 people and 50 people participated in our introductory courses in Prince George and Fort St. John, respectively, to learn about better ways to build. The City of Prince George sent a municipal planner seeking information on how to make the city’s planned fire station Passive House.
Building a Passive House takes a community, and bringing information about the benefits of high-performance buildings to the design and construction industry requires the support and advocacy of industry partners.