Passive NYC, a snapshot of low energy building opportunities, barriers & resources, published by the Building Energy Exchange, demonstrates that Passive House is a force to be reckoned with: in planning the future of our cities, at every level of policy making, and in building design.
Looking to the powerful example of Brussels and its BatEx program that transformed what was possible in construction and real estate development there, the report’s summary notes “The potential impact of Passive House is tremendous, providing one of the very few realistic paths to New York City reaching its climate goals”.
Passive NYC: Making the Pathway to 80 by 50
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