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Ulrike Passe

Author: Heather Sauer | Image: Heather Sauer

Ulrike Passe, associate professor of architecture and director of the ISU Center for Building Energy Research (CBER), was invited to present “Long Term Net Zero Home Research for a Warm and Humid Climate” at the International Virtual Zero Build Forum, Sept. 23–27,  organized by Movement of Volunteers for Zero Energy Buildings with leadership in Turkey. She presented CBER’s long-term research with the Interlock House (built in 2009 for the US Department of Energy Solar Decathlon).