10 May-30 June 2021
PH2021: #phforall
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STAGE 1
Opening Plenary – Passive House: A Global Community of Action
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query_builder 12:00pm - 1:00pm | event time (EDT)
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Opening Plenary – Passive House: A Global Community of Action
As Passive House grows, reaching across climates, countries, and continents, to China, and the global south, the conversations, and concerns are becoming more diverse. Hear how the Passive House Institute is not only embracing this reality but helping drive it, and perhaps surprisingly connecting the journey to its origins. Discover how a global movement is changing how the world thinks about buildings.

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PH2021-01d

Learning Objectives
  1. Describe the origins of the Passive House concept.
  2. Outline how Passive House has successfully grown across climates and regions.
  3. Describe the mechanisms and strategies for growth in underserved markets such as Latin America, Africa, and India.
  4. Outline how the global Passive House knowledge community is a mechanism for industry transformation.
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Break Outs
Massive Passive Construction
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query_builder 1:05pm - 1:25pm | event time (EDT)
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Massive Passive Construction
Opportunities in Sustainable Construction with Passive House and Mass Timber
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STAGE 3
Designing to Scale Retrofits: A quest to make existing buildings climate solutions
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query_builder 1:30pm - 2:30pm | event time (EDT)
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Designing to Scale Retrofits: A quest to make existing buildings climate solutions
This is a joint session with design teams from NYCHA’s first deep energy retrofit and Syracuse University, Winding Ridge apartment retrofit project, and NYSERDA. Find out about what it means to design scalable and replicable low-energy retrofit solutions looking at the eight predominant multifamily building typologies in New York State and relevance to productized approach, including existing and emerging technologies.

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PH2021-04

Learning Objectives
  1. Identify prevalent multifamily building typologies and use cases for retrofitting them to NZE performance.
  2. Outline existing and forthcoming technologies for NZE retrofits.
  3. Describe the challenges and solutions for low and mid-rise multifamily deep energy retrofits.
  4. Outline how to use these testing processes to train and teach the sub-trades about airtightness.
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STAGE 1
As Goes The City Of Exeter, So Goes The United Kingdom: Experience Passive House acceleration
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query_builder 1:30pm - 2:30pm | event time (EDT)
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As Goes The City Of Exeter, So Goes The United Kingdom: Experience Passive House acceleration
A decade ago the City of Exeter began a Passive House journey that has led to a transformation of the cities' development practices and has been at the vanguard of fast-growing Passive House development activity across the UK. Focused on occupant health, comfort, durability, and accessibility, hear the story, the lessons learned, and what is on the horizon from the UK's largest Passive House developer.

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PH2021-02

Learning Objectives
  1. Describe the reasons why Exeter began developing Passive House buildings.
  2. Outline how the City progressed in growing its Passive House development efforts including challenges and strategies to overcome them.
  3. Describe how and why other regions of the UK have begun to increase adoption of Passive House developments.
  4. Outline how future planning may be affected by the accelerating Passive House adoption.
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STAGE 2
Nuutsumuut Lelum: Passive House multifamily in service of an Indigenous community
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query_builder 1:30pm - 2:30pm | event time (EDT)
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Nuutsumuut Lelum: Passive House multifamily in service of an Indigenous community
Designed for a diverse Indigenous community including families, elders, and youth, anchored by communal spaces, and referencing Northwest Coastal Indigenous longhouse buildings - hear how a complex context set up this elegant solution. The process, the details, and how it is being utilized today.

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PH2021-03

Learning Objectives
  1. Describe how declaring intentions broadly and publicly helps the project adhere to its goals.
  2. Outline why challenging normative policy guidelines can be necessary to meet environmental and social goals.
  3. Describe how the integration of the design and construction team enabled improved practical solutions and outcomes.
  4. Outline why the focus on the user experience ensured that the performance goals were achieved without compromising social needs.
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Break Outs
MEET ROCKWOOL
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query_builder 2:35pm - 2:55pm | event time (EDT)
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MEET ROCKWOOL
Get an overview of our lead sponsor, ROCKWOOL, and learn how passive house fits into their global sustainability initiatives.
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STAGE 2
EnerPHit Retrofits to New Heights: a multifamily tower is reborn
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query_builder 3:00pm - 4:30pm | event time (EDT)
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EnerPHit Retrofits to New Heights: a multifamily tower is reborn
The landmark, Ken Soble tower, undergoes a modernization program to ensure long-term asset viability, secure housing quality, and indoor comfort for seniors residents while reducing the building’s environmental impact. Learn about the details, the systems, and the process that made it happen.

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PH2021-06

Learning Objectives
  1. Describe the technical outline of the approach to EnerPHit on a high-rise residential building.
  2. Outline key challenges to complex EnerPHit implementation in the North American context
  3. Describe opportunities for market acceleration through the supply chain, training, and public policy.
  4. Outline EnerPHit envelope retrofit design considerations.
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STAGE 3
Pride of Place: Investing in Downtown Transformation
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query_builder 3:00pm - 4:30pm | event time (EDT)
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Pride of Place: Investing in Downtown Transformation
New York State’s Downtown Revitalization Initiative (DRI) is transforming downtown neighborhoods into vibrant communities for all New Yorkers. Recognizing that companies are increasingly seeking to relocate and invest in vibrant, walkable downtowns in an effort to attract and retain a talented workforce, DRI is an investment to improve the vitality of urban centers across New York State. Hear examples from across New York.

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PH2021-07

Learning Objectives
  1. Describe the goals and structure of the Downtown Revitalization Initiative.
  2. Outline out the goals of the program to support the state’s carbon reduction policies.
  3. Describe how the program is leveraging existing local resources and pairing them in support of new businesses
  4. Outline how sustainable communities are emerging from this program's efforts.

 
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STAGE 1
Let's Make a Passive House Deal: how does your banker get to "yes"
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query_builder 3:00pm - 4:30pm | event time (EDT)
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Let's Make a Passive House Deal: how does your banker get to "yes"
What lenders think about - value, risk, Passive House certification - and getting Passive House deals done. Hear lenders and deal makers that are getting deals done yet are experiencing first hand the difficulties of financing in this emerging market. A panel discussion.

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PH2021-05

Learning Objectives
  1. Outline common misperceptions lenders have about Passive House buildings that may be inhibiting lending.
  2. Describe obstacles lenders present to Passive House project financing.
  3. Outline what Passive House project borrowers and the community can do to help increase the likelihood of closing these lending deals.
  4. Describe what opportunities and strategies are emerging for making Passive House financing deals more commonplace.
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Break Outs
Cascadia Windows & Doors
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query_builder 4:05pm - 4:25pm | event time (EDT)
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Cascadia Windows & Doors
This presentation explores the Passive House strategy for windows, providing a high-level overview of the building science behind the standard, how the standard is measured and validated in real-world projects, as well as opportunities to cost-optimize high-performance fenestration.
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