Passive House at COP26
COP26 is upon us and you can visit some of it online. Here is a quick summary of the Passive House events happening at COP26.
Virtual Pavilion – enter here.
The following is a list of the Passive Houses displayed in the pavilion:
- Kāinga Ora’s “Ngā Kāinga Anamata: innovative experiment of 5 social housing blocks each using different materials built to Passive House Standard
- UEA Enterprise Centre, Hereford UK: constructed using natural local materials -UK university building utilising thatch and reed.
- Niddrie Road, Glasgow UK: Government-funded research into retrofitting Scotland’s iconic but hard-to-heat tenement homes
- Monash University, Melbourne Australia: the largest Certified Passivhaus building in the Southern hemisphere in Australia
Talks and presentations:
NOVEMBER 5th (NZST)
1-2am: Sustainable city regions: how can we enable zero-carbon living at scale?
With Mayor Würzner of Heidelberg discussing the Heidelberger Bahnstadt. Register here
2.15-3.30am: Climate-neutral housing – Decarbonizing the housing stock in an inclusive and affordable way. With Jessica Grove-Smith from Passive House Institute. Register here
NOVEMBER 6th (NZST)
2-3am: Efficiency: The First Renewable Energy.
Join this hour-long webinar highlighting the global achievements of the Efficiency First Campaign, as well as plans for the future. Speaking will be Dr Michael Jack from the University of Otago. Register here