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Fri Jun 5, 2015



Zehnder is pleased to announce that it will be taking part in Bristol BIG Green Week’s free event:

PassivHaus Thursday at The Trinity Centre in Bristol on Thursday 18th June 2015.

The event, which is being organised by Bristol Certified Passive House Designers, cp Chartered Architects, and sponsored by Advantage Austria, will focus on all things Passive House.  The day will provide an opportunity to explore the potential of Passive House to improve the living and working environment whilst saving energy.    

The itinerary will comprise of a series of talks with a supporting exhibition of products and building systems exploring some of the limitations of developing Passive House schemes with an emphasis on deliverability and accessibility for the future.  Other activities during the day will include Passive House site visits and project design review surgeries. 

Allan Derbyshire, Northern Technical Manager at Zehnder, will be presenting at 8.00am during the morning talk: ‘PassivHaus in the city, it’s not just for Grand Designs’ giving an insight into why good quality Mechanical Ventilation Heat Recovery (MVHR) is important in Passive House design.    

PassivHaus Thursday at Bristol BIG Green Week is open to everyone with an interest in Passive House from developers and surveyors to self-builders and students.  Talks will run from 7.30am until 10am and 3pm to 6.30pm with the exhibition opening between 10am and 3pm. 

Find out more information or book a space here.  Event updates will be available on Twitter using #passivhausthursday

For more information about the Passive House standard, read our blog here.

Don’t forget we also have a range of other resources for Passive House including e-books, which you can download here.





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