Ecocel Insulation has been mentioned a number of times in the Passive House Magazine features and articles.
Ecocel-Passive House Plus-Issue 7 Passive Retrofit Emerges From Ashes of 80s Bungalow
If you’ve ever wanted to take a passive house for a road test, one holiday letting on the coast of west Cork may be too good an opportunity to turn down. The aptly named Sea Spray – an as yet uncertified Enerphit upgraded bungalow – is a bona fide triumph in the face of adversity.
Ecocel-Passive House Plus-Issue 15 Ecocel praises Cork City Council’s cellulose approval
Cork City Council has added cellulose to its list of approved insulation products for its social housing attic upgrades.
Ecocel-Passive House Plus-Issue 17 1950s Cork City House Reborn as Healthy Low-energy Home
The deep retrofit of this two-storey 1950s house in Cork City transformed a draughty, poorly-insulated dwelling into a comfortable, low-energy home for one family – coming close to the Enerphit standard in the process.
Ecocel-Passive House Plus-Issue 21 Life in an Air Heated Passive House – Five Years On
Homeowner Brendan Murphy started self-building his Cork passive house way back in 2010, long before the standard was trendy, and even chose to completely forgo a water-based heating system. So what did he learn from the experience — and how has the house been performing since?