ENVI-met Selection

ENVI-met’s project gallery showcases a range of projects we have completed for clients or clients have used the software for.

Visual representation. In the ENVI-met project gallery you will find a number of projects that we have carried out for customers or where customers have used our software.

Application possibilites. The projects you find here include climate simulations, energy modeling, urban planning, and data analysis. We want to show how our software can be used to make better decisions –  allowing you to already assess the microclimatic effects of your designs in the project planning phase, before the project is built.

Scientific methods. Complex projects require a high-end software to evaluate the impact they have on the environment.

Spectrum. The projects you find here include urban climate and microclimate modelling, building energy modelling, air quality and pollutant dispersion modelling. They address challenges in landscape design, urban planning and thermal comfort assessments and urban heat island effects.

Case Studies

Our case studies showcase the use of ENVI-met in various fields of application.

Microclimate and thermal comfort

In an exemplary study, minimally invasive climate adaptation strategies were developed to mitigate excess heat in cities.

Air Pollution

In an exemplary study, the relationship between different urban structures and the concentration of ozone and NO𝗑 was analyzed.


In an exemplary study, the effects of different microclimates on tree vitality parameters were investigated.

Facade greening

In this exemplary study, a model area was simulated with the aim of visualizing the microclimatic changes that can be achieved by a simple application of facade greening.


In this exemplary study, a simple model area with one unsealed and one sealed surface was simulated with transfer of precipitation data.

Solar radiation

In this exemplary study, a simulation was conducted to visualize solar radiation levels in New York City.

Wind flow

In this exemplary study, an urban area was simulated with different wind parameters as input factors.

White Streets

In this exemplary study, one of the city’s Angelino Heights neighborhoods in L.A., was simulated to determine what impact a change in surface characteristics would have on the city’s climate.

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