Passive Building: A Better Way to Zero

The substantial energy savings provided by applying passive house principles and certifying buildings to the Phius standard will play a critical role in the quest to eliminate carbon emissions from our buildings.

The Zero-Energy Revolution

The Phius standard is designed to scale for all types and sizes of buildings.

Single-Family

The concept of passive building began with single-family homes, so we at Phius have been certifying them for more than a decade.

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Office Buildings

Passive building leverages the economies of scale in commercial construction for extreme energy efficiency at extremely reasonable cost.

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Schools

Buildings constructed to Phius standards are among the safest and most resilient in the world, so why wouldn't we want schools to be built this way?

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Other Non-Residential Projects

Passive building standards can, and have, been used in a wide variety of buildings throughout the country.

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Explore Passive Projects

Diverse shapes and sizes, same future-forward principles

425 Grand Concourse, Bronx, New York

This multi-use building is the largest pre-certified Phius project.

RMI Innovation Center, Basalt, Colorado

The Innovation Center accommodates 50 staff and has room for 80 people in the convening space.

Seminary Hill Cidery, Callicoon, New York

This project is the world's first cidery built to passive standards.

Smith House, Urbana, Illinois

Designed and built by Phius Founder Katrin Klingenberg, this is the first passive house ever built in the U.S.

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Evolve your skills, knowledge and practice. Join more than 3,000 other professionals who are setting the standard for passive building in North America.
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Contact us with any questions on passive building, earning your Phius professional certification or getting your project Phius certified.