On 17 November 2009, the European Parliament decided that all new buildings would have to be ‘nearly zero-energy buildings’ from 2020 onwards, i.e. that all new constructions would be allowed to consume almost no non-renewable energy. Passive houses are ideal for fulfilling this requirement. They are not just energy-efficient, but are also pleasant to live and work in and can be built cost-effectively. Sustainable, future-proofed building is now affordable for everyone thanks to the passive house components already available on the market.
Now that pro clima INTELLO has been successfully certified as a passive house component, it is the first hydrosafe airtightness system to demonstrate that it reliably fulfils these requirements in its installed state.