How to decarbonise your existing building stock?

How to decarbonise your existing building stock?

In this webinar you’ll learn everything about decarbonising your existing buildings and heat networks.
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How to decarbonise existing building stock?




Struggling to introduce low carbon heating technologies (for example heat pumps) into existing buildings and heat networks? Do you wonder why hybrid systems involving multiple heat generation sources are particularly sensitive to correct hydraulic design? We’ll tell you all about it in this webinar!

With some spectacular case studies we will show you how our software brings transparency of performance and helps you make the right technology decisions in terms of carbon, cost and risk KPI’s over the lifetime of the installation.

Plus you’ll find out how our digital twin of your installations, will help you follow your project from concept to installation and commissioning and secure the integrity of the designs for the lifecycle of the installation.


  • Introduction of decarbonisation
  • The problem/the challenge in existing systems
  • How the Hysopt software faces the challenges
  • Case studies of projects we’ve already done
  • Recap and takeaways


Dr. ing. Roel Vandenbulcke, founder, CEO

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