2nd Annual Vermont Passive House Symposium

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2nd Annual Vermont Passive House Symposium

Time: October 2, 2014 all day
Location: Vermont Technical College
City/Town: Randolph VT
Website or Map: http://www.phausvt.org/
Phone: 802-223-2015, 802-479-1868,
Event Type: conference, /, symposium
Organized By: PHAUS-VT Passive House Alliance Vermont
Latest Activity: Jul 16, 2014

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The 2nd Annual
PASSIVE HOUSE SYMPOSIUM
A one day professional and technical development conference,focused on high performance cold climate design.
Meet builders, architects, engineers, trades people and building owners who are the Passive House movement in New England.
Learn about:
‐ Passive House principles
‐Innovative high performance products and materials
‐Passive House project case studies
‐An updated report on MLS listings, appraisals and
Financing for Passive House buildings
‐HRV vs. ERV concerns and considerations for northern
climates
Network with industry leaders and innovators.
Join us!

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