Reduce peak heat loads

The power cost is a part of the billing models / tariffs that account for an increasing share of the total annual cost. The power cost mainly has an impact on those buildings where the need is uneven, especially if there are times of the day when the power demand is high for a short time.

Cold days with high energy and power requirements result in a higher heating cost for property owners, partly due to power-related costs. These power costs can account for up to half of the total heating cost. With Egain’s additional service Peak Control, you can reduce these high costs in an intelligent way with the least possible impact on the indoor climate.

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Easy to implement

No new hardware needed or expensive and time-consuming re-programming of heating stations.

Scalable solution

Can be activated on specific buildings or for the entire property portfolio.

Support by Egain

Our Energy experts and Operations team will make sure that you are up and running in no-time.

Easy, flexible and cost-reducing

With Peak Control, you can reduce the peak power load and energy costs without compromising on the indoor climate by balancing the heat in your building in advance. This is done by proactively adding heat before a peak and thereby avoiding energy use during the expensive peaks in the distribution and still ensuring an optimal indoor climate.

Egain’s additional service Peak Control is a further development and an addition to our climate-optimized control. With the help of all the data we have about how buildings are affected and react to different heating needs and weather conditions, we have the opportunity to apply this to help property owners avoid power peaks. Peak Control benefits from the smart control algorithm, but instead of optimizing the indoor temperature, it analyzes when power peaks can occur and then works to reduce these with the least possible impact on the indoor climate.

Peak Control is today possible to apply to the following power charging models for district heating:

Daily average effect

In the case of a daily average effect where the 1–5 highest daily average effects are the basis for the power charge. The control will, with the help of building and weather data, predict when which days will have a high power output and will then cut the peaks and even out the power output.

Hourly average effect

Where the highest hourly sub-effects instead determine the power rate, account must be taken of when during the day the power peaks occur. The system comes with knowledge of when the peaks occur redistribute the heat so that the peaks are reduced.

Subscribed effect

In the case of a subscribed power, a limit is set, as if it is exceeded means an increased power cost and / or a significant penalty fee. Here, the system will instead reduce the energy requirement in order not to exceed the subscribed power level.

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