UK Passivhaus Conference 2011
What is Passivhaus and Enerphit standard? How is this applied? (process, certification and the use of PHPP) by Nick Tune, BRE
Tags: Passivhaus, house, passive
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It is interesting to note that the air-tightness standard used is 0.6 ACH @50P, not under natural conditions. Here in the US we're talking about using a standard of 0.6 ACH @0P. That's about 20 times more infiltration. And we wonder why the average American uses twice as much energy as the average Western European.
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