PHPP 10 (New Features) – 31 May 2023


Day 1-2: Wednesday May 31 & Wednesday June 7, 2023 – 9am to 1pm (PT) each day
*Dates are subject to change

**Please note that this course is live-only**

Passive House Canada has partnered with Peel Passive House to create and deliver the New features of PHPP 10


In this PHPP v10 course, participants will receive information on the updates seen to the recent update from PHPP v9.6 to PHPP v10. Participants will learn through lecture and in-class exercises the main aspects of the PHPP software which have undergone changes with the latest version. This course will cover the fundamental changes and new features and functionality of the software and prepare participants for using v10 in their everyday practice. 

Learning Outcomes:

  • Fundamental understanding of changes and new features and functionality of PHPP v10 
  • Tips and tricks for using the new features. 
  • Practical experience working the new features. 

Recommended for

  • Existing users of PHPP v9.6
  • PHPP users looking for a refresher with the latest PHPP. 
  • New users who have recently taken a PHPP course using v9. 

Learning resources provided

  • PDF slides

Course Instructors

 Andrew Peel, Founder & Director, Peel Passive House Consulting

Andrew Peel is a renowned expert in the field of Passive House buildings. He is the founder of Peel Passive House Consulting, a consulting firm that specializes in designing and constructing high-performance, low-energy buildings. Andrew has over 15 years of experience in the field and is an accredited Passive House certifier, consultant, and training.

Andrew’s passion for sustainable building began early in his career, and he has been dedicated to promoting energy efficiency and sustainability ever since. He has worked on a wide range of projects, including residential homes, multi-family dwellings, and commercial buildings, all with the aim of reducing energy consumption and minimizing environmental impact.

As a certified Passive House consultant, Andrew is well-versed in the principles of energy-efficient design and construction. He has a deep understanding of building science and is able to apply this knowledge to create buildings that are not only energy-efficient but also comfortable and healthy for their occupants.

Andrew is also an active member of the sustainable building community, regularly attending conferences and events to stay up to date on the latest developments and innovations in the field. He is committed to educating others about the benefits of sustainable building and is always eager to share his expertise with clients, colleagues, and industry partners.

With his passion, expertise, and commitment to sustainability, he is a leading figure in the industry and a valuable asset to any project.


  Chris Petit, Manager – Technical Services, Passive House Canada

Chris provides technical assistance to members of Passive House Canada and municipalities across Canada with the PHC Technical Services team. As a member of several standards committees, Chris collaborates to improve energy efficiency standards and help make high performance building the norm. Chris is a Passive House designer, tradesperson, trainer, and building certifier accredited by the Passive House Institute. He has provided design support and energy modeling services since 2008 with the Center for Sustainable Building Research, Clean Energy Coalition, Regenerative Design, and CertiPHIers Cooperative.


Prerequisites/required knowledge and equipment/software

  • CPHD/C accreditation recommended
  • Experience working with PHPP or completion of 3-day intro to PHPP course. 
  • Knowledge of Excel 
  • Familiarity with reading construction drawings 
  • Knowledge of PHPP v9.6 is recommended. 

Course Fee

PHC Member- $400
Non- Member – $440

Professional development

Total number of learning hours: 8 (based on attendance of live course)

PHI: 10 credit points (K105_2023_CA)
BC Housing (HPO): 8 CPD Informal (based on attendance of live course)
AIBC: 8 Core Learning Units (based on attendance of live course)
ALBNL: 8 Core Learning Hours (based on attendance of live course)
AANB: 8 Core Learning Hours (based on attendance of live course)
NSAA: 8 Core Learning Hours (based on attendance of live course)
AAA 8 Core Learning Hours (based on attendance of live course) self-reported
OAA: self-reported