Efficiency First: How cities are fighting energy poverty with Passive House

20.2.2024, 13:30 – 20.2.2024, 14:30, online


In February, the so-called "Lunch Talk" series of the Energy Poverty Advisory Hub (EPAH) return with a deep dive into passive house solutions, aiming to enhance building energy efficiency and, ultimately, mitigate energy poverty. The session will touch upon what makes a building sustainable, with a special focus on energy performance. In addition, common misconceptions about carbon neutrality in buildings will be addressed, alongside practical examples of projects working with passive house models. 


  • Sarah Mekjian (Climate Alliance, outPHit)
  • Harald Malzer (Innsbruck's Social Housing Association, outPHit)

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The EPAH lunch talks are a series of events organised monthly to give a space to municipalities in Europe and other key stakeholders to share their experiences of local action to tackle energy poverty. The interest is to address different themes within the energy poverty issues. The lunch talk format includes 15-20 minutes of presentation and 40-45 minutes of discussion between participants.

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