Hysopt for governmental buildings

A low carbon, comfortable, cost-efficient, optimised heating and cooling system in every (local) governmental building.

Trusted to optimise HVAC systems for local governments

City of Brussels

Our solution

Get more out of your heating and cooling systems

The unique sience-based Hysopt software calculates and simulates the performance of your current HVAC-installation against an optimised system. The entire energy concept up to the individual component selections and even their setpoints are calculated and delivered. Finally, the calculation model is delivered as a so-called ‘Digital Twin’, to optimise the installation for improvement.


Low carbon technology, to comply with emission targets and beyond.


An optimised HVAC installation with lower energy and maintenance costs.


Comfort not as a guess, but calculated for everybody present in your buildings.


A selection of optimised settings, for you to choose the best possible fit.


Full transparency on the predicted system performance, without becoming an expert.

Extensive knowledge in governmental buildings

Hydraulic optimisations in public sector buildings or local authorities? Hysopt knows how to handle it! Tune in on our customer stories. 


Case study

Antwerp University Hospital
Antwerp University Hospital (UZA) has 573 beds, employs 3,500 people, and provides more than 500,000 consultations and treatments every year.
City of Brussels

Case study

City of Brussels
The City of Brussels technical services department is responsible for managing HVAC installations in around 300 buildings in the city.
KU Leuven

Case study

KU Leuven
The KU Leuven is the largest university in the country, with faculties in 11 different locations. Together they accommodate around 60,000 students all over Flanders.

Questions about how we can optimise your HVAC-systems?

Hysopt is a unique design software that helps building owners get the most out of their heating and cooling systems, increase performance, reduce carbon emissions and save on their energy costs.