On-Demand Webinar

Getting Multiple Buildings or Campuses to Net-Zero

Are you working on projects where you have to decarbonise multiple buildings? 

Currently building regulations focuses on the decarbonisation of individual buildings where clients are requesting a faster, more holistic net-zero approach across multiple assets at scale. 

Discover the full range of net-zero campus tools that can save any consultant time on their building projects and move away from using spreadsheets for decarbonisation planning. We can help you map out a clear route to net-zero for numerous buildings, while our accurate software campus toolkit will help you deliver net-zero strategies to 2030, 2040 and 2050. 

IES’ suite of integrated analysis tools for the net-zero design or renovation of campus projects will be presented in a 1-hour webinar, which will focus on: 

  • 3D Campus Creation of a University 
  • Time-Saving Campus Population
  • Energy Simulations across Multiple Buildings (avoiding the need for multiple VE models OR numerous energy audits)
  • Accurate Renewables Analysis (over-sizing and under-sizing)
  • District Heating Analysis 
  • Net-Zero Strategies to 2030, 2040, 2050
  • Interactive Client Visualisation 
  • Questions & Discussion

Event Speakers:

  • Ian Pyburn, Business Development Manager
  • Pete Sell, ICL Operations Consultant

What our customers are saying

"Working with IES under the Intelligent Communities Lifecycle (ICL) Digital Twin programme has demonstrated the potential power of digital twins as a tool to help us chart a course to net zero, and is an approach we aim to develop further."

Chris Larkins

Operations Manager (Energy, Environment & Sustainability), Heriot-Watt University

"Using IES’ ICL technology helped us to understand the feasibility and possibility of near zero or positive energy blocks within our scope of work and region. The idea being that we can then replicate the methodology in more groups of buildings throughout the region to help meet our governments environmental goals."

Naseebah Al Marzouqi

Director of Sustainability and Technical Studies Department, Ministry of Energy and Infrastructure, UAE