If you use AC+ED 15, you can export energy data to an excel spreadsheet (as far as I read, I never personally tried it).
The PHPP is a normal excel spreadsheet: it is not user friendly at all of you dont know where to enter your data. It depends what you need the energy evaluation for. If it is just a test, do not try and use the PHPP (it also costs about 150 euros). Furthermore, if your problem is preventing summer overheating, then the PHPP is of little use: it has been developed to design Passive Houses in central Europe. There's one more spreadsheet by the Passivhaus Institut specific for summer, but I'd not use it unless you need to actually build the project.
From the ED report you uploaded and the model you sent, your main issue in summer is building overheating due to the large glazing surface facing south and west.
Now, from the screenshot you sent me (http://imageshack.us/photo/my-images/825/64223869.jpg/
), ED will evalutate your glazing as totally unshaded, like in the first screenshot I'm sending you. However, if your design includes the shell roof like in my second screenshot, then I would change the shading settings as follows. Remember that when it comes to shading, unfortunately ED does not automatically recognize the building geometry.
I'd set it like this (following your project North settings):
North: not shaded > plain > small
North-east: slightly shaded > plain > small
East: very shaded > plain > (? large canopy)
South-east: shaded > plain > (large canopy?)
South: shaded > plain > (? medium canopy?)
South-west: slightly shaded > plain > small
West: very shaded > plain > (? large canopy?)
North-west: very shaded > plain > (? large canopy?)
I hope ED considers direct sun radiation on the north facade, which does happen in summer and often is a cause of building overheating.
Don't worry about the stuff I wrote about the opaque envelope if ED does not allow you to enter the values I told you (I hope ED 16 or 17 will have such things).
Change those values and re-do the evaluation. Your need for natural cooling is supposed to drop significantly.
Let me know about the results, ok?