Electrojoule’s method furnishes heating systems with sensors and sends the data via mobile signal to a cloud platform. There, the data is automatically analyzed using a catalogue of error patterns and optimization potential. Alongside heating systems, the method can analyze oil, gas and heat pump systems, and solar plants.
The analysis provides a planning framework for optimizing systems, according to a statement published by the startup on LinkedIn. It can both reduce costs and minimize CO2 emissions. It can also recognize error functions and prolong the lifetime of systems.
Within around two years, a one-off heating analysis will have paid for itself, says the startup company. The system can also be permanently installed to give ongoing system optimization and to send alarm notifications when necessary.
Analysis methods for large heating systems have long been used. However, new technological developments have made it possible to provide such methods for apartment blocks and commercial properties, according to Electrojoule.