Buildings are responsible for 39% of energy related CO2 emissions. By integrating building performance from the earliest stages of design, alongside creativity and vision, it is possible to significantly reduce the energy and environmental impacts of our buildings to make a real impact.
This is our moment - as building designers, architects and engineers - to play our part. Together we can make a difference.
IESVE Gaia is the ideal tool for architects and designers during the early design stages. Helping to meet sustainable design goals and deliver efficient, low-carbon buildings.
Bringing performance analysis to a wider range of design professionals
Accurate and rapid iterative feedback
Interactive filters for easy interrogation
Progress can be tracked and checked, encouraging design collaboration
The RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge focuses on four key areas around building design and emissions.
As users of the IESVE and strong advocates of the RIBA 2030 Climate Challenge, Mesh Energy explain the Challenge and how they use the IESVE to help aspiring projects meet the rigorous targets set out by RIBA.
This new IESVE software integration supports the AIA 2030 Challenge, such that all new buildings, developments, and major renovations shall be carbon-neutral by 2030 by way of sustainable design. Users can now track their progress against the AIA 2030 goals with this streamlined upload.
VE Gaia is available to purchase in 1, 3, 6 and 12 month licence periods. Get started today.
Export your data to One Click LCA directly from VE Gaia to consider the embodied carbon of your building.
Empower project teams to quantify all carbon-emitting and carbon-reducing options in their projects to comply with local Net Zero Carbon definitions.
Going beyond early design analysis? IESVE is the most comprehensive integrated suite of performance tools on the market. Its fast, accurate, sub-hourly, thermal simulation can model new and existing buildings of any size and complexity. Explore the capabilities and create your perfect package.
This webinar discusses the RIBA 2030 challenge, its Sustainable Outcomes Guide and the role Building Performance Evaluation has in meeting them. As well as the implications and opportunities for architects and urban designers, and highlights from recently developed tools from IES specifically designed to meet these challenges.
This joint webinar covers how to achieve Net Zero Embodied and Operational Carbon with One Click LCA and IES.
In this online training course, you'll learn how to use the VE Gaia navigator to consider the main aspects of sustainable design for your building.