• Reduce cost
  • Target investments 
  • Improve customer service

Linking frequent smart heat meter data with facts about the district heating pipes can fundamentally change the way you plan, operate and maintain your distribution network. 

Utilising the potential of data with heat analytics holds huge potential for smart district heating and can help improve asset management, reduce losses in the network and give unparalleled transparency of the current status between production and consumer.

By analysing data from intelligent meters, you will now know what happens above ground as well as below – all year round.

The solution is ready for smart district heating. It is up to you to take the next step.


Heat Intelligence

When you know what happens under ground…

You will unlock true smart district heating where you be able to

  • Locate your heat loss
  • Document your quality of delivery
  • Monitor your load and capacity
  • Identify what stresses your network

Get in touch for a discussion about how Heat Intelligence can analyze your data and create transparency in your distribution network.

Make it Your District

  • Locate your heat loss and leakages
  • Document your quality of delivery
  • Monitor your load and capacity
  • Identify what stresses your network

Current network status

You are now able to see exactly how heat moves through your distribution network all the way to the end users. This means that you can document precisely what you have delivered at all times. You are also able to evaluate your temperature optimisation based on a visualisation of dynamically calculated facts rather than on a static model.

Go from rookie to Heat Intelligence master in no time

Heat Intelligence unlocks the distribution grid black box. Our services are here to help you get the most out of the insights it provides. We offer a range of training and onboarding services that you get up to speed quickly and enable you to find areas of interest with potential leakages, bypasses, abnormal consumption patterns, high return temperatures or to start using data as the foundation for your maintenance plans.