CARBON FOOTPRINTING – CORE FEATURE
Calculate and Optimize Building Carbon Footprint Easily
Calculate Building Carbon Footprint from all life-cycle stages and operational emissions. Submit results to get green building certification credits.
What is Building Carbon Footprint?
Building carbon footprint (CO2) is the total amount of greenhouse gases produced throughout the life-cycle of a building. It includes emissions from energy use (operational carbon) and materials (i.e. embodied carbon, capital carbon).
Calculating and optimizing your building carbon footprint makes for better investments in construction projects, helps win new clients and is demanded by regulators and certification schemes.
From Building Carbon Footprint to
Life Cycle Assessment
What can you do with One Click LCA?
Use existing design data
Import your design from Revit, IFC (BIM), Excel, IESVE, energy models (gbXML) and other tools.
Calculate whole-building carbon footprint instantly
Generate automated LCA reports from your design data. The Carbon Footprint results are visible in the reports.
Identify the most impactful and cost efficient carbon reduction measures.
Why choose One Click LCA for your
Carbon Footprinting projects?
I love this approach… To make LCA as easy as possible.
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More Than Life Cycle Assessment Software
Use One Click LCA for all your environmental impact calculations and ecodesign purposes
Life Cycle Assessment
Automate LCA from your design data. Get BREEAM, LEED, and many other green building certificate credits.
Life Cycle Costing
Calculate costs from all life cycle stages. Compare designs, choose the most eco-friendly and cost-efficient design. Submit LCC results to earn certification credits.
Track, quantify and optimize the circularity of materials sourced and used, as well as the end-of-life circularity.