Since the roll out of the scheme, the half hourly data collected from sites has been sent on a daily basis to Ofgem, who have undertaken no more audits, saving both the council and regulator time and money. Due to the success of this trial, consideration is being given to the future addition of other utilities, including gas and solar power, to assist the council with monitoring and maintaining their services. THE FUTURE We believe that the advance of digitisation in our everyday lives has provided a genuine opportunity for greater sustainability.
This totally connected system provided an estimate of the amount of fuel left in the store and this information was made available to the client. Alarms are set to alert the council when the fuel level has reached a critical point. When a delivery is made, the fuel type, amount and time of delivery is then inputted via the web portal. To further the automation of the operation for The Highland Council, we developed a bespoke web portal called BoilerView. This has provided the council with an easy-to-use, dashboard which is a single point of information for the whole estate, showing which sites are running as expected, which have a fault and which are running low on fuel. Data is updated on a half hourly basis.
For further information please contact:
Alexander Philbrook Managing Director ista UK
email@example.com Tel: +44 (0) 1223 874 974
Virtus Shaped for the future Optimal hydronic balance and perfect temperature control is the key to maximizing efficiency of heating and cooling networks. To help achieve your goals, Danfoss developed a new range of intelligent ready heavy duty differential pressure and flow controllers for most demanding district heating and cooling applications, named Virtus.
20% of energy saving potential using hydronic balancing controls
E N E R G Y A N D E N V I R O N M E N T
Made with FlippingBook Ebook Creator