US Department of Energy's Building Technologies Office BEM Peer Review 2019
BTO's Request for Information
- DOE Resources:
- IBPSA-USA resources for participating:
Tas two-way link to EnergyPlus
EDSL USA at SimAUD 2019
EDSL's Tas software at Georgia Tech
EDSL USA at BuildingEnergy Boston 2019
As this was EDSL’s first NESEA event, we weren’t sure what to expect. The organization was great and we were welcomed by the community. We had hoped to attend more classes but thanks to interest at the booth we were afforded little time. It was encouraging to see the diversity of attendees ranging from policy makers, product manufacturers, architects, engineers, and everything in between. The culmination of many discussions with people from diverse backgrounds lead to possibilities for the use of our software in traditional applications and in new directions.
We are very excited to participate in BuildingEnergy New York as it is our home base in the US. We are hoping to build a strong local user group and are looking forward to being involved in the NESEA community going forward.
Energy, CO2, and Embodied Carbon - how the AEC industry can turn buildings into carbon sinks
EDSL Tas - Free Academic Licenses
EDSL is committed to supporting the academic community and expanding the opportunities available to students and faculty alike. As such, we are pleased to announce that we offer Universities our Tas Engineering thermal dynamic simulation software free of charge to instructors and students. To further support instructors, EDSL will also offer no-cost training and support for course lecturers and teaching assistants.