Here is a great opportunity to learn about Passive House buildings, today’s highest energy performance standard. A Passive House is a well-insulated, virtually air-tight building that is primarily heated by passive solar gain and by internal gains from people, electrical equipment, etc. Similarly, the cooling load is limited through shading and window orientation. An energy recovery ventilator keeps the air clean. The result is an impressive system that saves up to 90% of space heating costs.
The presentation will feature a Habitat for Humanity Passive House that is under construction in Belgrade.
Hope you can make it!
Natalie Meyer | Climate Action Coordinator
City of Bozeman | 121 N. Rouse Ave. | Bozeman, MT 59715 |[masked]