August 2011
Heating/Piping/Air Conditioning Engineering;Fall2011 Supplement, p25
The article focuses on the first U.S. public school, the Center for Energy Efficient Design (CEED), designed to the Pasivhaus building performance standard. The school which is located in Franklin, Virginia showcases various renewable, energy and sustainable efficient features. It mentions that Passivhaus is a performance-based building standard that leads in an ultimate airtight and ultra-low energy use structure.


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