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Practitioners can maintain their CPHD/C credentials by completing a Certified Passive House and submitting project documentation to a PHI Assessor for approval. It’s a great way for professionals to maintain their knowledge and record their process, and it also provides a wealth of information for those that are curious.

You can find many different projects and their accompanying Project Documentation data on the Passive House Database, but we’ve collected an assortment of US-based projects for you to browse through below.

Looking for more examples? Check out our Case Study Library.


Six&Kane – EnerPHit Plus

Kane, PA

Completed in late 2022, the renovated building houses a smoothie bar, Chamber of Commerce office, a law firm, economic incubator space, the WPPSEF office and community meeting rooms.

MinnePHit Retrofit

Minneapolis, MN

The MinnePHit Passive House Retrofit is a single-family home that was retrofitted to EnerPHit standards. It is North America’s first certified EnerPHit project & the first certified Passive House Retrofit in a very cold climate in the world.


ACF Passive House

Pine Planes, NY

This house provides accommodation for multi-generational family use. Set on a hillside commanding 270 degree views of farmland and adjacent valleys, the house contains ample common spaces and four bedroom suites.

Park Passivhaus

Somerville, MA

Park Passivhaus is a single family home, built in 2012/2013 on an urban infill lot. For the last 7 years, the house has been performing on target and above expectations. With the addition of a small PV system in 2016, it has been net-positive.


564 9th Street

Brooklyn, NY

This row house, first built in the early 1900’s and renovated to the EnerPHit standard in 2017, consists of a two floor main unit and an apartment on the ground level.

Gramercy Haus

Brooklyn, NY

A mosaic of different building assemblies was used for structural remediation to maximize performance and enlarge the existing building horizontally and vertically.

Betances Residence

Bronx, NY

The design and construction of Betances Residence provides a superior living environment for formerly homeless and low income seniors.

Mamaroneck Passive House

Mamaroneck, NY

Originally built in 1963, this project features a retrofit and extension, resulting in a 2 story wood frame construction with a masonry basement.