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NEO Overview – Provides an overview of NEO, detailing navigation through the Building, HVAC, and Comparison or Rating tabs.
Getting Started – Provides details on setting up Buildings, Projects, and Analyses in the Project Navigator.
Navigating NEO – Gives an overview of the NEO User Interface, including NEO menus, Help, and basic navigation.
Defining a Building – Shows how to define a building in NEO and covers basic building definition and detailed inputs.
What is a Space Area Asset – Describes a Space Asset Area and how they are used to define the programmatic functions within a building.
Defining Space Asset Areas – Details how to add, edit basic characteristics and remove a Space Asset Areas in an analysis.
Understanding Local Law 97: 7 Steps to Stay Compliant with Energy Modeling
Reducing Carbon Emissions With Local Law 97’s ambitious set of gas emission reduction goals, building owners may feel that they are carrying a heavy burden of making their properties as efficient as possible to maintain compliance. But with the right approach and...
Reduce Your Carbon Output with Energy Optimization
As we become more aware of our environmental impact, property owners are increasingly looking for ways to reduce their carbon output. One of the most effective, yet underutilized methods is energy optimization. Energy optimization enables property owners to identify...
3 Reasons Businesses are Investing in Energy Optimization
Businesses and commercial building owners are facing more pressure than ever to improve building energy efficiency. Whether these energy initiatives are implemented in response to societal pressures, financial volatility, or government mandates, energy optimization is...
3 Common Energy Modeling Mistakes & How to Avoid Them
With so much data available in a robust energy model, it can be difficult to identify the most critical metrics and maximize your results. Manual energy modeling is a complex process that requires significant bandwidth and technical expertise. But with automated energy modeling software, users need only basic building and mechanical system information to generate a detailed model.