On April 16, 2019, the Florida Building Commission approved EnergyGauge 6.10 for Florida Commercial Building Energy Code Compliance. EnergyGauge Summit 6.10 Revision 22 is now available for use for FL Code as well as LEED, ASHRAE, and IECC depending on the license used. 

By purchasing this software you have agreed to the EnergyGauge End User License Agreement

The latest version of EnergyGauge Summit is 6.10 Revision 22. This version includes the Florida Energy Conservation Code 6th edition (2017) compliance options. You can download it from the link below. Any documented changes to the software can be found below, within the release notes for this version. If you have any questions please contact Technical Support either by emailing techsupport@energygauge.com, or by following this link.

Download the latest version of EnergyGauge Summit here.

If you are having trouble downloading the software click here.

Previous versions of EnergyGauge Summit do NOT need to be uninstalled in order to install this latest version. 

Major Changes: Significant changes to this version include no longer requiring minimum fan system efficiencies when running the ASHRAE Energy Cost Budget option of FL code. For more details on this and other changes please follow this link to the release notes or see the attached document below. 

EnergyGauge Summit is compatible with Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 computers. Windows 7 will no longer be supported by Microsoft on January 14, 2020 and we cannot ensure full functionality of the program on Windows 7 after that date. EnergyGauge Summit is not Mac/Apple compatible at this time. 

Windows 10 users may need to install Microsoft .NET Framework 3.5 to install.

NOTE: While installing it is possible to receive the following message. This is a reference to a file used in the update check function. Because this file is ONLY used in the update check you can simply select the Ignore option if you do see this message. You will still be able to update your software when the time comes in the future and it will not change how the current version functions.