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NAPHN16 Conference & Expo

A North American Passive House Network conference
Monday, Jun 13, 2016 9:00 am
to Tuesday, Jun 14, 2016 5:00 pm

Metropolitan Pavilion

About the Event

We are a proud Media Partner for the Third Annual North American Passive House Network Conference & Expo.
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On June 13-14, the conference will feature the state-of-the-art building strategies, components and professional development necessary for us to decarbonize by 2050. 

New York City is leading by example. Mayor Bill de Blasio has issued a call to action in his policy report One City: Built to Last and stated at the groundbreaking of Cornell Tech's new residential tower: "Passive House makes sense as a phrase, but I think it is an activist notion - a transformative notion...This is one example of how New York City can show the world a model that works in today's reality."

Join NAPHN for informative and engaging sessions on the latest Passive House developments, including:

  • Urban, high density and high-rise buildings
  • Low-rise and rural approaches
  • Expert scientists from the Passive House Institute
  • Policymakers with growing expertise in implementing Passive House programs
  • Integration of renewable energy
  • and many more
We are a proud Media Partner for NAPHN16. For more information including registration, visit the conference page here

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