Event venue - LETŇANY



The 8th FOR PASIV trade fair for low-energy, passive and zero-energy buildings, an event held under the auspices of the prestigious insistutions in the country, will again present leading companies of the passive building sector. The trade fair will be promoted in the media through a massive advertisement campaign.

FOR PASIV is intended for all professionals and specialists in the sector, as well as for anyone who is interested in low-energy, passive and zero-energy buildings, be it young perspective people who are thinking about ways to make their new house less energy-demanding, or anyone who is planning a reconstruction of hir or her current dwelling.

FOR PASIV - Specialized professional Trade Fair mainly focused on contracting  meetings with Czech and foreign exhibitors, producers and traders.In terms of presentation, the exhibition is open to any company engaged in project engineering, budgeting, construction and reconstruction services, supply of building materials, provision of technical building services, diagnostics, auditing, financing or consulting services.

The event will be held together simultaneously with the FOR WOOD trade fair, which focuses on wooden buildings, wooden materials, wooden products, processing technologies, etc., and with the  FOR THERM trade fair. 


FOR THERM is trade fair focused on stoves, fireplaces and boilers, oriented on end customers. Exhibitors as well as specialists and experts will be ready to give advice and to answer all questions concerning heating and low-energy housing.


Within accompanying program you can enjoy lectures on current topics. Visitors might discuss a right choice of suitable heating source as professional associations are willing to help them at the FOR THERM 2020 trade fair in Prague.


This set of co-located trade fairs will offfer a comprehensive exhibition of a wide range of solutions within the passive building sector.

FOR PASIV 2019 and FOR WOOD 2019

  • Exhibitors: 159
  • Countries represented: 4
  • Net exhibition area: 8 570 m2
  • Visitors: 25 360
  • Accredited journalists: 86

Plan of exhibition area