Certification of Buildings
Passive House buildings maintain pleasant indoor temperatures year round with extremely low energy demands. Such buildings require careful design, thorough planning and meticulous execution. The certification of a Passive House through the Passive House Institute or any of its accredited Building Certifiers offers enhanced quality assurance. The vast experience of these certifiers benefts designers throughout the planning process whereas the certification itself provides evidence of the building's quality.
Overview of soft criteria for Passive House Buildings
Criteria in other languages (www.passipedia.org)
Certified Passive House Buildings on record with the Passive House Institute (updated regularly)
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The Passive House Institute offers
- Consultation throughout the planning and constrcution phases
- Certification of Passive House buildings and EnerPHit retrofits with Passive House components
For more information, please contact us at building.certification[at]passiv.de.
Plaques for Certified Passive House Buildings
Owners of Certified Passive House Buildings can order a Passive House wall plaque. Such plaques can be ordered from the PHI accredited building certifier responsible for the building's certification. Read more
Built Passive Houses
A database of built Passive Houses can be found on the Passive House Database at www.passivehouse-database.de.
- Benefits of certification
- Certification of residential buildings
- Certification of non-residential buildings
- EnerPHit - quality approved retrofits with Passive House components
- Building Certifiers
|Passive House in Social Media|
12th Passive House Days
13 to 15 Nov 2015, worldwide
22 to 23 Apr 2016, Darmstadt
EnerPHit - PHI certification for thermal insulation systems
PHI certification for retrofits
for certified Passive Houses
|Research & Literature|
Passive Houses for different climate zones
Retrofits with Passive House components -
EnerPHit Planner Handbook
Passive House Retail Stores now out
Overview of contents