The 2030 Challenge: Energy Optimization for Revit with Autodesk Insight

By Microsol Resources | Video

Your Revit model offers a lot more than ‘just’ the documentation of design decisions. For example, you can easily leverage it to create data that helps you understand why your building will use the energy it will and critically how to make it better.

To support the 2030 Challenge, the American Institute of Architects created the 2030 Commitment Program, aimed at transforming the practice of architecture to respond to the climate crisis in a way that is holistic, firm-wide, project-based, and data-driven.

Over 400 A/E/P firms have adopted the 2030 Commitment, and firms from all over the country have been tracking and reporting projects since 2010, with over 2.7 billion ft2 of project work reported in 2016 alone.

Your firm signed up for the 2030 Challenge. Now what?

In this video, you will hear from Autodesk’s Senior Product Manager of AEC Generative Design as he shares how to use Energy Optimization for Revit through Autodesk Insight; with a focus on unique capabilities that make this easier, faster, and more reliable than ever before.

By watching this video, you will gain an understanding of the:

  • Background to Autodesk Insight and the 2030 Challenge
  • How to create an accurate Energy Analytical Model from Revit from conceptual to detailed design
  • How to use Autodesk Insight to understand a building’s energy use and how to make it better
  • How to automatically report to the AIA 2030 Commitment


INDUSTRIES: Architecture, Buildings, Construction, MEP Engineering, Structural Engineering

Published on November 10, 2017 in , , .

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