Minibems’ Heat Vision 2030 nominated in the Decentralised Energy Awards
Minibems, alongside our partners in the Heat Vision 2030 project, has been nominated for a Decentralised Energy Award in the Heat and Efficiency – Design Innovation category.
Our project is about accelerating the deployment of zero carbon heat networks.
To understand how deploy a city centre heat network you need superb modelling based on verifiable data of how heat networks perform. That is where the data contribution from Minibems is key.
Minibems provides real usage data, relating to specific flow and return temperatures and demonstrating how the heat is actually used. Our real-time data capture allows monitoring at a per dwelling, per building, per site, per network and per portfolio level.
This is invaluable when assessing the options of integrating heat pumps and building performance.
Heating is the UK’s biggest source of carbon emissions. Right now, 500,000 UK homes are connected to heat networks that are supposed to be more efficient and generate fewer carbon emissions, but they are wasteful from the point of installation.
We understand that heat network owners and operators require modular, low cost and easy to fit components to access heat network management services.
Can heat consumers enjoy affordable, reliable and low carbon heat? Can heat suppliers lower capex and opex spends and also deliver excellent heat network performance?
What is the best strategy for dealing with the revised metering and billing regulations?
What does it mean for housing associations and their residents?
Interested in finding out how we can optimise your heat network?