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Passive House Presentation at LBNL

You're invited to attend this Environmental Energy Technologies Division seminar taking place at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory from 11:00 AM to noon, on Tuesday, November 13th, in Bldg. 90, Room 1099.
TITLE:
The Passive House: A Sustainable Building Concept


SPEAKER: Benjamin Krick, Sr. Scientist, Passive House Institute
LOCATION: LBNL Bldg. 90, Room 1099 (in Berkeley, California)
DATE & TIME: At 11:00 AM, Tuesday, November 13, 2012
DESCRIPTION:
This seminar will provide information about:

- The Passive House Institute (PHI)
- The Passive House Concept
- PHI's Component Certification
- PHI's dealing with windows and thermal bridges

Benjamin Krick is an architect by training, having focused his doctoral research on sustainable building. As a senior scientist at the Passive House Institute, he chairs the working group for international Passive House Component Certification. Krick's main areas of expertise include highly energy efficient transparent building components, three dimensional thermal bridge calculations and sustainable energy supply for Passive House buildings.

For more information on this topic, explore Passipedia, the Passive House resource - at: www.passipedia.org

For further information about this seminar please contact Christian Kohler at (510)[masked] or send e-mail to [masked]. Visitors from off site who plan to attend and will need gate access and parking arrangements, or who need information about riding the LBNL shuttle bus should contact JoAnne Lambert at (510)[masked], or send e-mail to [masked].

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