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AllClimate promotes the Passive House Standard to increase public understanding of highly energy efficient buildings that reduces greenhouse gas emissions and provides resilient structures that can withstand extreme weather related to climate change.  Our mission is to make the International Passive House standard of building performance understood, achievable, and adopted through education.

The Passive House Standard can be implemented in all climates over the world and the general approach is always the same. Depending on the local climate, the properties of individual components will vary. In hotter climates, for example, special attention should be paid to passive cooling measures, such as shading and window ventilation, to ensure comfort during the hot months. The individual characteristics of any Passive House should be optimised to the local conditions.

Passive House Principles

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