Video | Passive House Documentary ‘Superhouse’ Now on Amazon Prime

Video | Passive House Documentary ‘Superhouse’ Now on Amazon Prime

Passive House is perhaps the most stringent high-performance home standard, focusing on reducing energy use to the bare minimum. It's been said that a Passive House can be heated using the energy of an electric hair dryer.

See the preview below for Superhouse, a new documentary feature film about the Passive house movement, that is now available for online streaming on Amazon Prime Video.

The documentary from Together Magic Films explores the Passive House movement, a new development in home building technology, and how it can help address problems of climate change and the future of our planet.

“We need to look at our homes and buildings in the context of energy cost and supply," said writer/director Jeff Wager. "As we discuss building codes, industry practices, the economics of building approach, and the ever-increasing cost of living in a world with a quickly changing climate, we see a need for fast action. In Superhouse, we hope you learn what the Passive building approach is about, understand how we got to where we are today, and realize how balancing the energy equation is an important step towards more security on our planet, in our nation, and our communities.”

Wager hopes that his new film appeals to all existing movement enthusiasts, and also introduces the concept of passive homebuilding to new people.

Distributor Winning Streak Films has made the film available now on Amazon Prime Video in the United States and the United Kingdom.

"Superhouse is a must-watch for those interested in learning more about the Passive home movement, and those committed to the environment and the betterment of our planet,” Wager said.

Streaming Links:

USA: http://amzn.to/2tLHUKk

UK: http://amzn.to/2GotgLv


Topics: Building Green, Certification / LEED, Passive House, Sustainability Trends & Statistics, Thermal Envelope


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