Thursday June 11th, 2015
8:00 am to 6:30 pm
The Building Energy Exchange is proud to partner with New York Passive House on their its 4th annual Conference & Expo.
This one day event will demonstrate how the Passive House standard can
help New York City meet Mayor Bill de Blasio’s ambitious goal to reduce city-wide carbon emissions 80% by 2050 detailed in his climate action plan One City: Built to
Last. Passive House is a building standard that reliably and
affordably delivers deep cuts in energy use proportionate to our climate
challenge, while providing increased comfort, indoor health and climate
resilience, and can be an integral part of net zero and energy positive buildings.
The expo expects over 30 manufacturers and service providers promising a comprehensive look at specialized products and knowledge essential for low-energy Passive House buildings.
Topics to Include:
- Retrofitting our buildings to Passive House performance
- Net-Zero and Energy Positive Passive Houses
- Passive House and Resiliency
- Large scale new and retrofit projects
- Commercial, institutional & residential projects
- New Passive House certification standards
Confirmed Speakers Include:
- Sebastian Moreno-Vacca, architect and leader of the Belgian
revolution in low-energy building.
- Jessica Gove-Smith, senior scientist at the Passive House
- Dieter Herz, leading engineer and consultant on large scale
- Alex Wilson, founder of BuildingGreen.com and the Resilient
- More to be announced…
This is a widely attended conference, with over 500 participants including architects & engineers, property developers & managers, policy officials & regulators.
This conference is organized by New York Passive House. For more information including registration, please visit their conference page.