Optimise carbon impacts at site planning stage
One Click LCA Site Designer makes it possible to calculate and compare the carbon impacts of different sites, energy supplies and transport scenarios. Enabling you to make carbon-informed choices at the earliest stage of your project.
One Click LCA Site Designer enables you to create an outline carbon figure for each potential project location by assessing factors from geotechnical conditions and land use change to operational transport impacts, based on ready-made scenarios. The results can be used to support feasibility analysis, as well as carbon-aware site selection.
With Site Designer you can easily calculate impacts from materials and energy, based on a wide range of benchmarks for different building types and energy mix scenarios. You can also compare different scenarios for how to heat, cool or light your buildings, and start working earlier – and more effectively – on carbon optimisation.
Frequently Asked Questions
Which life cycle stages does One Click LCA support?
However, in most of our tools that are targeted for whole building LCA for different certifications and calculation schemes, the life cycle stages available are restricted to match the requirement of the scheme in question.
Who usually uses the software?
Can One Click LCA help me attain certification credits?
Does One Click LCA integrate with other design tools?
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Which databases are included in One Click LCA and which standards do they follow?
For several European and world building material producers, One Click LCA has available manufacturer specific data, which allows for highly precise calculation results.
For those who do not yet know which specific building product (manufacturer specific EPDs) they will use, One Click LCA has also country-specific average data (e.g. Ökobaudat and INIES).
If One Click LCA is used in areas where there is not yet a comprehensive local building LCA database available, we have a local compensation methodology that allows us to localize the data to get results that match the local manufacturing conditions for a specific area.