THANK YOU BOSTON for PHN 2022
PASSIVE HOUSE FOR ALL
Efficiency | Electrification | Embodied Carbon | Equity
Boston & Online
District Hall, 75 Northern Avenue, Boston, MA & www.phnconference.org
Professional Continuing Education Credits Available
June 10 & 17
PHN 2022 is a national conference that will feature experts from across the interrelated disciplines of building efficiency, social equity, electrification, and embodied carbon. An Expo will feature leading manufacturers and service providers. We will draw out how we can work with more purpose across disciplines and make something greater than the sum of our actions.
Discover how Passive House raises performance, supports electrification, and a green grid. Passive House produces healthy, more equitable, and safer outcomes. Buildings built or renovated to Passive House standards address our fundamental needs. No matter your sustainability priorities, Passive House lays the foundation for your success. Join us and learn how Passive House can supercharge your efforts.
Join us in Boston and Online
You can attend 100% online or attend remotely on June 10 and then attend the in-person event on June 17. We encourage you to come in person if you’re inclined. The event will include over 25 sessions, a manufacturers expo, workshops, building tours, and multiple occasions for happy hour social networking. Meet and mingle with your fellow change-makers.
In-Person Venue: District Hall
District Hall is in the Seaport neighborhood, located at 75 Northern Avenue – a short walk from Amtrak at South Station, downtown Boston, and easily accessible by the T, and Mass Pike.
An in-person Expo of 20+ high-quality manufacturers and service providers takes place at District Hall. Don't miss it!
Continuing Education Credits
All 1-hour (and longer) conference sessions are qualified for AIA & PHI credits. PHIUS credits are available for three sessions: Financing the Energy Transition (238), Who's going to build It All? Workforce Development, Incentives & Equitable Outcomes (236), and Making All-Electric Choices (242).
PHPP 10 Review Plus, June 16
Join Jessica Grove-Smith a managing director at the Passive House Institute for an in-depth walk-through of the PHPP10 updates and their implications for greater building design optimization. Jessica will also provide further updates from PHI on a range of global topics and initiatives, and provide an extended Q&A discussion period. 2-5 pm, Thursday, June 16 at BSA.
Buildings Tour, June 18
Building tours are always a great way to dig into Passive House, hear the stories firsthand, and meet new people along the way. The tour will include multifamily, single-family, commercial, and educational buildings.
Held in Boston, Massachusetts, a hotbed of Passive House activity and the center of gravity for the New England region, it is a long-time fomenter of sustainable building practices. The Passive House Network is excited to work with our membership in the region, our chapters across the country, and a range of New England sustainability-oriented groups, including the pioneering Passive House groups Passive House Massachusetts, PassivhausMAINE, Connecticut Passive House, and Vermont Passive House.
Passive House building design, construction and operations can radically drive down energy demand, raise performance, support electrification and a green grid, and produce healthy, more equitable and safer outcomes, that serve all people. Passive House starts with design & construction first principles. Buildings built or renovated to the Passive House standard are fundamental solutions to our crises.
Don't wait for June, join the action at PHN today!
From introductory, core certification and specialized courses - to events like PHN presents, Ask the Passive House Certifiers, and PHribbon there are many ways to learn and connect. Join PHN as a member, and become a regional chapter member and iPHA member too - enjoy discounts, select resources & knowledge networks to support your Passive House growth. Visit PHN today and get started!