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Software for Building Energy Design, Analysis and Simulation


Successfully creating high-performance buildings demands the accurate prediction of energy consumption, CO2


emissions, operating costs, and occupant comfort.


Bentley’s comprehensive suite of industry-leading energy design, simulation and analysis applications, including Bentley Hevacomp and Bentley Tas, provides today’s professionals with these capabilities and more, facilitating the productive delivery of sustainable ‘green’ buildings.


These applications are used by leading firms worldwide to effectively simulate and analyze building energy performance – optimizing the balance of function, comfort, and energy and carbon impact and helping building teams sustain our environment.


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