Introduction to THERM Seminar

THERM is the software program developed by Lawrence Berkeley Labs and typically used to determine the heat-loss performance for glazing and window frame profiles. This program can also be used to help evaluate various other building assemblies and is particularly useful for Passive House thermal bridge analysis. 

July 11 Passive House California Meeting Reminder & Agenda

We hope you can join us to connect with other Passive House advocates and sign on to help one or more of our Committees achieve their goals. And, please consider becoming a Passive Buildings California member before the meeting so you can leave your checkbook at home for the rest of 2010! Learn more and sign up here.

Call for Passive House Projects for October Open House Day!

On October 3, 2010, Passive House California (PHCA) will hold its first annual Passive House Conference and Open House Day in conjunction with West Coast Green! This exciting event is an opportunity for all of us who are working hard to get the Passive House (PH) movement off the ground to share with the public what we have accomplished, and drum up new interest and new clients. There are several options for participation:

Passive House Showcase & Green Building Mixer - Thursday, July 8, 2010

LEED for Homes meets Passive House

Celebrate the making of Blue2, the first new Passive House in California, which will also be a Certified LEED Home and GreenPoint Rated. It is a super low-energy, affordable housing unit. Please join us:

CLAM's Blue2 Open House Celebration - Monday, July 5, 2010

Passive House Meets Affordable Housing

Please Join CLAM (Community Land Trust Association of West Marin)
Monday, July 5, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.
For more information, please email clamtour@passivehouseCA.org
This event is free and open to all.

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June 13 Passive House California Meeting Reminder & Agenda

We hope you can join us to connect with other Passive House advocates and sign on to help one or more of our Committees achieve their goals. And, please consider becoming a Passive Buildings California member before the meeting so you can leave your checkbook at home for the rest of 2010! Learn more and sign up here.

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