and Economic Analysis Software
New 2010 Florida Energy Code Compliance Training!
Residential | Commercial
a family of user-friendly PC software tools that
allow simple yet detailed performance-based analysis
of building energy use and perform economic analysis
of proposed energy improvements.
Code calculations and compliance reports
Energy Ratings and Rating reports
analysis of building energy improvements
Select the software that meets your analysis needs:
Summit Premier offers nationwide commercial and public building energy analysis for federal tax deduction, LEED 2009, LEED NC 2.1 and 2.2 energy optimization point calculation, LEED 2.2 EA credit 1 template completion, ASHRAE 90.1 calculations, including 2004 & 2007 Appendix G Performance Rating Method. Premier also includes everything in our EnergyGauge Summit
FlaCom version, that provides Total Building Performance calculations, reports and other compliance options for the Florida Energy Efficiency Code for commercial buildings. EnergyGauge
Summit ComFree adds building rating capabilities for Florida to the basic Summit FlaCom version (available to certified raters only).
USA residential software product, EnergyGauge USA,
provides residential building annual energy
use and IECC code calculations and reports
for the entire nation. A Pro version
of the software includes pollution analysis
and tax credit qualification reports, and a
rater version includes HERS ratings (Available
to certified energy raters and qualified government
program energy analysts only). Software used for Florida residential code compliance by the performance method.
This web site also includes software Support and Activation
pages. The Support section includes a knowledge
base, links to update downloads, FAQs and a user
forum. The Activation page provides assistance
for activating EnergyGauge licences.
developed by the Florida Solar Energy Center, a
partner in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
Star® Homes program, a partner in the U.S.
Department of Energy (DOE) BuildingAmerica program
and an active member of RESNET,
the national rating industry association.