Brink Climate Systems receives 'Passive House Certificate' at ISH

15 March 2011

On Tuesday 15 March, at the Frankfurt ISH, Brink Climate Systems received the Passive House Certificate for one of its appliances, the Renovent HR Large. The renowned Passive House Institute in the German city of Darmstadt tested the Renovent HR Large under uniform criteria. The appliance contributes to excellent, energy-efficient performance of a Passive House.

From left to right: Johan van Renselaar (Brink Climate Systems B.V.), Martin Klein-Reesink (EnEV-AIR GmbH), Kristin Bräunlich (Passivhaus Institut) and Michael Lange (Wolf GmbH)

About the Passive House Institute
The Passive House Institute (PHI) is an independent Research Institute under the scientific direction of Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Feist. The PHI is engaged in the research, development and dissemination of knowledge on the Passive House Standard, Passive House suitable building components, Passive House planning tools and certification for Passive House buildings.

The Passive House Standard stands for healthy, comfortable living and impressive energy efficiency, regardless of the regional climate. Within the last several years, the Passive House Standard has gained rapidly in popularity, with over 30,000 in existence worldwide. More than 16,000 Passive Houses have been built in Germany alone; 10% of which have been certified according to strict Passive House Institute criteria. These numbers are on the rise.