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Passive House high efficiency buildings are a key piece of the puzzle towards building a low-carbon future

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The standard aims for superior indoor air quality, greater acoustic insulation from outside noise, simplified operation and minimal greenhouse gas emissions (GHG).

Passive House Canada is playing a vital role in the shift towards healthy and resilient buildings by working to ensure the Passive House standard is understood, achievable, and adopted by government, industry, professionals, and homeowners across Canada through education, advocacy, events, and building projects.

One such project is the Clayton Community Centre in Surrey, British Columbia which is scheduled to open its doors in summer 2020, and will be the first facility to combine the arts, recreation, a library, and park spaces and will also be Canada’s largest Passive House building to date.

To learn more about the Passive House standard and how the Clayton Community Centre is achieving certification, please watch this video.

To learn more about Passive House Canada and taking one of our courses, visit us at https://www.passivehousecanadaoffers.com/ and you can get our Transforming How We Build guide as a thank you for visiting.


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