An Investigation of indoor air quality in UK Passivhaus dwellings

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McGill, Grainne; Sharpe, Tim; Oyedele, Lukumon; Keeffe, Greg; McAllister, Keith;
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The adoption of the German Passivhaus Standard in the UK has grown rapidly in recent years. Stimulated by the shift towards energy efficient design and rising fuel costs, the concept is perceived as a potential means of meeting energy and carbon targets through an estab... View more
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