In November of 2021 the U.S. government released “The Long-Term Strategy of the United States, Pathways to Net-Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2050”, laying out a series of benchmarks and high-level strategies for the country at-large through the next three decades....
Architecture 2030 Zero Tool results are now available in Autocase. This is made possible by a partnership with Zero Tool. Minimize data inputting by retrieving Zero Tool results automatically for your project analysis in Autocase. Architecture 2030 Baseline and Target...
New market forces related to climate change and buildings are moving the conversation of green building premiums to “brown discounts”. Guy Grainger, of JLL, has cited that “a building in the U.K. was hit with a "brown discount" of about a third of its price”...
Click here to download the most up to date full report. Updated: October 2020 and most recently August 2021. Autocase recently released a white paper on how to prioritize building investments to help in reducing the spread of COVID-19. It is a summary of the building...
The pandemic has highlighted some important price/value mismatches and I’d like to explain how what we, at Autocase, do and how it fits into the post-pandemic world.
New Integrations with Autocase: Tally & Cove.Tool; Residential Projects; Mixed-Use Buildings; Real-Time Results; Sample Project; PV Cost Estimates; Results Export; Social Cost of Carbon; and accounting for future changes in Local Electricity Generation Emissions.
Meet some of our connected but socially distant team: lethargic pistachio; caffeinated yogurt; and optimistic clif bar.
It’s been a long week. Our San Francisco office cheered us up with this: Your quarantine name = How you feel + what you last ate. See below for an introduction to some of the Autocase team’s pseudonyms.
Why do Autocase’s climate scenario graphs have wiggles?
Autocase hosted over 50 of Toronto’s resilience and sustainability experts at Evergreen Brick Works for a day of conversation on high performance and resilient buildings and sites.
It’s Climate Week and buildings are among the “culprits” associated with the production of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions.
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