Passivhaus

Passivhaus
The Whole House Energy team has a wealth of experience, knowledge and qualification to assist and support with Passivhaus projects. Whether you are an architect, developer or self-builder we can enable you to achieve Passivhaus Certification and offer a full service from concept design through to post occupancy and monitoring.

WHY GET THE QUALIFICATION:
Passivhaus Standard is increasingly viewed as a viable and practical solution to achieve Carbon Compliance. Throughout Europe from 2021 all new buildings must meet the provisions laid out within the ‘Nearly Zero Energy Building’ in accordance with the EU Buildings Directive, for which the Passivhaus Standard is the basis.

WHY GET THE QUALIFICATION:
With UK Building Regulations moving towards zero carbon 2016 the Passivhaus Standard is increasingly viewed as a viable and practical solution to achieve Carbon Compliance. Throughout Europe from 2021 all new buildings must meet the provisions laid out within the ‘Nearly Zero Energy Building’ in accordance with the EU Buildings Directive, for which the Passivhaus Standard is the basis.

WHY GET THE QUALIFICATION:
With UK Building Regulations moving towards zero carbon 2016 the Passivhaus Standard is increasingly viewed as a viable and practical solution to achieve Carbon Compliance. Throughout Europe from 2021 all new buildings must meet the provisions laid out within the ‘Nearly Zero Energy Building’ in accordance with the EU Buildings Directive, for which the Passivhaus Standard is the basis.

WHY GET THE QUALIFICATION:
With UK Building Regulations moving towards zero carbon 2016 the Passivhaus Standard is increasingly viewed as a viable and practical solution to achieve Carbon Compliance. Throughout Europe from 2021 all new buildings must meet the provisions laid out within the ‘Nearly Zero Energy Building’ in accordance with the EU Buildings Directive, for which the Passivhaus Standard is the basis.

WHY GET THE QUALIFICATION:
With UK Building Regulations moving towards zero carbon 2016 the Passivhaus Standard is increasingly viewed as a viable and practical solution to achieve Carbon Compliance. Throughout Europe from 2021 all new buildings must meet the provisions laid out within the ‘Nearly Zero Energy Building’ in accordance with the EU Buildings Directive, for which the Passivhaus Standard is the basis.

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