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Cloud-based energy-analysis software.

Green Building Studio® energy-analysis software enables architects and designers to perform whole-building analysis, optimize energy consumption, and work toward carbon-neutral building designs earlier in the process. Cloud-based energy-efficiency software helps teams achieve sustainable building designs faster and more accurately with powerful energy- and carbon-analysis tools.


Whole-building energy analysis

Account for all of the energy-using systems in a building to understand energy cost projections that inform design decisions and financial analyses.

Green Building Studio energy analysis software adds defaults and assumptions based on your building type and location to complete the energy analytical model. This helps you perform a valid and useful analysis for decision making.

Detailed weather data

Green Building Studio gives you access to over a million virtual weather stations that are compiled from a variety of trusted sources.

For existing building projects, you can upload building utility history. Green Building Studio automatically collects historical weather data from that same period of time so you can create a calibrated energy model.

Energy Star and LEED support

Understand how the energy efficiency of your project compares to similar designs, and get LEED point estimates directly from Green Building Studio.

For every project located in the United States, Green Building Studio provides an ENERGYSTAR score to compare the energy efficiency of your design to similar energy-efficient buildings, including a LEED point estimate for glazing factor and water credits.

Carbon emissions reporting

Green Building Studio energy analysis software provides carbon emissions reporting for nearly all aspects of a building.


Receive qualification for LEED daylighting credit.

Water usage and costs

Gain an understanding of the estimated water use in and outside your sustainable building design.

Natural ventilation potential

Estimate the mechanical cooling requirements versus the hours of outdoor air required to ventilate a building naturally.