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MED Conference, Athens, Greece
When: saturday, 13th December 2014
Where: Athens, Greece
Description MED Conference, Athens, Greece: First Mediterranean Passive House Conference. Don’t miss out on this event, organized by the Greek iPHA affiliate Hellenic Passive House Institute in collaboration with iPHA and all its mediterranean affiliates

Registrations in the following Link:
https://www.eventora.com/en/Events/passiexpo2014

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Online survey

We have prepared an interesting survey for you, to develop an idea about the knowledge needed for Passivhaus design. This survey is a part of the project funded by Erasmus+ programme: SEEDpass – South East Europe strategic partnership in vocational education and training in Passive House Design for nearly zero energy buildings development.

In SEEDpass project we are developing new in-depth educational materials for architects and engineers on building a Passivhaus. The materials are going to be specially developed for you. And the best way to start is to detect possible knowledge gaps among our target group. The survey does not include collecting any personal data.

Moreover, you have also a chance on winning a PHPP tool and the corresponding User’s Manual, specially developed as a tool for calculating energy balance and designing low energy houses. That is, if you wish to give your name and e-mail address at the end of the Survey. If not, you can freely skip this question!

The analyzed results of the survey as well as the lucky winner,  will be announced on our web site during April 2015.

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Passive House Days

07 – 09 November 2014:  International Passive House Days


The Croatian national program of the 7th Passive House Days is featuring  many lectures, workshops, presentations as well as sight visits to representative examples of passive house and low energy buildings.

7th PASSIVE HOUSE DAYS IN CROATIA
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The passivhaus energy threshold of 15 kWh/(m²yr) for heating serves as a rough benchmark. It may vary in different climate conditions.