GREENPASS Toolbox

The GREENPASS Toolbox supports you in every phase of your urban development planning process with 4 tailor-made tools.

GREENPASS Assessment

is a scientifically developed method for basic analysis of projects and enables for the first time a quick and rough initial assessment of buildings, quarters and open spaces in terms of climate resilience.

The scope of assessment includes the quick and standardized preliminary analysis of a project with regard to 5 meaningful indicators out of 4 urban subject areas and can be used in new and retrofit development up to a size of approx. 4 ha project area.

GREENPASS Competition

is a scientifically developed standardized analysis for the climate resilience of buildings, neighborhoods and open spacesexclusively for participants of urban design and architecture competitions.

The scope of evaluation includes the fast and standardized preliminary analysis with a simplified simulation (powered by expert systems) of a project with regard to 5 meaningful indicators out of 4 urban challenges and can be applied to new and retrofit development competitions.

GREENPASS Pre-Certification

is a scientifically developed standardized analysis and preliminary test procedure for the climate resilience of buildings, neighborhoods and open spaces.

The scope of evaluation includes the standard analysis and preliminary check with a simplified simulation (powered by expert systems) of a project with regard to 12 meaningful indicators out of 5 urban challenges and can be applied to new and retrofit developments.

GREENPASS Certification

is a scientifically developed, standardized test procedure and certification system for optimizing and confirming the climate-related soujourn quality and quality of life, profitability and environmental impacts of a project.

It provides the first internationally valid proof of quality for climate resilience of buildings, quarters and open spaces. The scope of evaluation includes the standard analysis and simulation (powered by expert systems) of a project with regard to 28 meaningful indicators out of 6 urban challenges as well as 20 bonus indicators from 3 bonus challenges and can be applied to new and retrofit buildings and developments.

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