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Passive House is Aggressive on Net Zero at Toronto Conference Oct. 17-18

"Passive House experts will give an overview of the latest Passive House projects"


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October 8, 2019 by Robert Koci

Toronto, October 8, 2019. — Next week, some of the most forward-thinking individuals in the building industry will be together sharing, networking and learning about high performance, zero-carbon buildings. Passive House Canada is proud to present the second annual PHC Conference, hosted by the University of Toronto in Scarborough, Ontario, on October 17-18, 2019.

 The conference includes innovative, big-picture thinkers who are designing, constructing and advocating for sustainable and healthy work and live environments. We are bringing together individuals and organizations who are moving the industry to the next level to help achieve a greener economy with the goal of reducing Canada’s carbon emissions levels.

 During this two-day conference, Passive House experts will give an overview of the latest Passive House projects, best practices and showcase products that are transforming the building industry. The event, sponsored by RAICO and The City of Toronto, is centered around educating professionals on the most up-to-date and innovative building and design solutions to advance the Canadian building industry.

The event also includes a High-Performance Student Design Competition, where students from across Canada will be presenting the latest in high-performance design and construction including Toronto Island Pools, the new ARC Building Retrofit Project (Ryerson University) and more! There will also be 2 Passive House Tours taking place Saturday, October 19th


Robert Koci

Robert Koci

Rob Koci is the editor of Canadian Contractor magazine. rkoci@canadiancontractor.ca Tel. 647-628-3597
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