20 by 2020 Building Challenge

The 20 by 2020 Building Challenge aims to catalyze the construction of 20 Passive House projects of 20,000 square feet or larger, within King County by the year 2020. A campaign of Shift Zero and Passive House Northwest, in collaboration with community partners Housing Development Consortium, King County Green Tools Program, and The Bullitt Foundation, the Challenge’s goal is to provide “proof of concept” that healthy, super-efficient buildings make economic sense and can provide equitable access to high quality, high performance buildings for people of all income levels.

For more information, visit 20by2020challenge.org.

 


View Other 2018 Shift Zero Task Force Initiatives:


Featured Image: zHome | Issaquah, WA
Architect: David Vandervort Architects | Builder: Ichijo USA
Project Partners: City of Issaquah, King County, Built Green, Puget Sound Energy, Port Blakely Communities, and WSU Energy Extension
Photo courtesy of zHome
search previous next tag category expand menu location phone mail time cart zoom edit close