Digital Twin technology for decarbonising any built environment.
Integrated analysis tools for the design & retrofit of buildings.
Create a sustainable masterplan for a city, community or campus.
Optimise building performance at an individual level or across a portfolio.
Analyse the feasibility of energy network decarbonisation strategies
A customisable range of operational dashboards, portfolio management and community engagement tools.
Exceptional room & zone loads analysis for building & HVAC design.
Predict building energy consumption, CO2 emissions, peak demands, energy cost & renewable production.
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IES tools meet the following approved international standards.
IESVE meets or exceeds all of the requirements of the ANSI/ASHRAE/ACCA Standard 183 which sets minimum requirements for methods and procedures used to perform peak cooling and heating load calculations for buildings except low-rise residential buildings.
IESVE uses the Heat Balance (HB) Method to calculate cooling and heating loads of rooms, zones or buildings, in order to comply with the Standard. The ASHRAE Heat Balance Method is detailed in Chapter 18 of the ASHRAE Handbook – Fundamentals as the preferred accurate method for load calculations. Standard 183 specifies calculation methods and requirements for:
IESVE meets or exceeds the requirements of the ISO 52000 series of standards, and the locally adopted standards version such as the German DIN EN 12831 or United Kingdom BS EN 12831.
ISO 52000 series of standards contains a comprehensive method of assessing energy performance as the total primary energy used for heating, cooling, lighting, ventilation and domestic hot water of buildings. The standards specify calculation methods for the assessment of:
IES tools can undertake the following methodologies.
IES were asked through the University of Strathclyde to take part in an Empirical Whole Model Validation Twin House Experiment for the IEA-ECB Programme’s Annex 71 project. This particular experiment was a validation exercise for simulation tools, helping to demonstrate that they are capable of accurate predictions that can be verified against real world measurements.
Approved the use of IESVE for Federal Incentives - IRS Code 179D - Originally enacted under the Energy Policy Act (“EPAct”).
IES is a LEED Automation partner.
Approved for Title 24 Non-residential Compliance.
Approved for Commercial Energy Code Compliance.
Approved for Energy Code Compliance.
Approved for Regulation XA3 of Part XA: Energy usage in buildings of the National Building Regulations.
IES offers more approved software solutions for compliance than any other vendor. Covering multiple building regulations and rating systems across the globe.