Pathfinder Partner David Meyer was part of a presentation team at the recent Passive House Institute US conference in Boston, speaking about the Nuthatch Hollow research station at Binghamton University. The project is a 3,000 sq. ft. lab and multipurpose building located on a 75-acre nature preserve owned and used by the University. The project is pursuing both Living Building Challenge full certification and Passive House.
A white paper about on-site electricity generation, entitled "Passive Active: Batteries, Resilience, and the Duck Curve", can be viewed here: NAPHC2018PVpaper.pdf