PUBLIC SECTOR DECARBONISATION SCHEME
Unlock the potential of your low carbon heat project with Hysopt!
One of the greatest 2050 Net Zero targets is decarbonising the way buildings are heated. Most public buildings still rely on fossil fuel-based heating. Since these approaches are end of live, it is an ideal opportunity to transition to a low carbon approach.
Low carbon heating and cooling measures have the potential to deliver immediate carbon savings, but they are not a like-for-like replacement for gas boilers. Experience from previous funding rounds has already shown the opportunity for good practice system design is being missed.
Hysopt's CIBSE Award Winning HVAC Ditigal Twin software optimises new system designs to:
Why use Hysopt in your low carbon heat project?
How Hysopt can help with your low carbon heat project:
1. Free Low carbon heat assessment
Take advantage of Hysopt’s unparalleled expertise in optimising heating systems by using our FREE low carbon heat optimisation calculation to support your application bid.
Our calculation will help you understand the potential carbon, energy cost and capital cost impacts a properly optimised low carbon heat solution can make; and provide you with all the key metrics required for your full PSDS application.
2. Hysopt conceptual study
For a more indepth study, our conceptual optimisation study will create a full digital model of your current installation, complete with dynamic simulations of how low carbon heat options will perform.
Our power Pareto Analysis Tool will provide an objective comparison of different design options against a range of KPI’s and performance metrics, providing detailed evidence to support your PSDS bid or underpin your heat decarbonisation plan.
Each session takes 2 hours during which 1 or more Hysopt specialists will talk about the interesting world of hydronics. You will receive a temporary license of the Hysopt software, which will be used as a didactic tool throughout the e-Academy.
Optimising heat distribution by correct use of distribution circuits and hydraulic balancing
OPTIONAL: Exercise session 15/02 14:00 – 16:00 CET
Optimising existing heating installations
OPTIONAL: Exercise session 01/03 14:00 – 16:00 CET
Designing hybrid plantrooms with CHP and boiler: unlocking the full potential of a CHP for your heating installation
OPTIONAL: Exercise session 08/03 14:00 – 16:00 CET
Designing hybrid plantrooms with heat pumps and boilers, optimising low-grade and high-grade heat
OPTIONAL: Exercise session 15/03 14:00 – 16:00 CET
Making the right choices when designing heat networks and communal heating systems with HIU’s
OPTIONAL: Exercise session 22/03 14:00 – 16:00 CET
Would you like to know more about each session?
“I had the pleasure of attending a 5 part course which has enabled me personally, and SWEP as a company, to gain a better understanding of the hydronic challenges faced by designers of heating and cooling networks.”
- Elliot Miles | Lead Business Engineer at SWEP
“During this course I learned how important Hydraulic Optimisation of Heating and Cooling Installations is in order to cut energy costs, reduce carbon emissions and optimise the comfort of buildings.”
- Peter Grondelaers | Sustainability Engineer
“I was impressed with the course content and the Hysopt Software. Looking forward to use the software for a project soon.”
- Carlos Rodriguez | Principal Engineer at Ramboll
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Fill in your details below and you will be guided to the online quote form. Once filled out, we will get back to you within 24 hours. This way you can quickly finalise your application for the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme.
Scheme: Academy secondary school – Gas boiler to heat pump upgrade
Prior to Hysopt modelling: proposal to install 1MW high temperature heat pumps, capex circa £1.5m
What did Hysopt modelling prove?
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