Heat made smart

Lower electricity cost for heating and hot water preparation while maintaining comfort

Smart heating with GreenCom - benefits for end customers and service providers

Smart heating is not only about having an app and schedules to control heating at home. It is the optimisation with the whole home energy management system, it is transparency for customers. And more.

Leverage a vast connectivity expertise

Ensure the highest impact based on connectivity possibilities. Connect heat pumps, storage heaters, smart boilers and micro CHPs and profit from a large number of already integrated OEM devices.

Turn sunshine into heat

Apply self-consumption optimisation algorithms to use as much solar energy for heat generation as possible.

Further reduce electricity costs

Run the heat cycle following dynamic energy tariffs and avoid high grid fees by smart capacity management. Save up to 250 € per year in total.

Decrease CO2 levels

With heat, it is all about lowering the CO2 footprint. Minimise emissions with dedicated optimisation algorithms and offer customers the ability to turn their heating as green as possible.

Capture maximum value from heat assets

Connect and integrate all assets

Whether heat pumps, storage heaters or smart boilers, an installed base across the country or a flourishing new installation business –  unlocking benefits for customers and providers matters most. The basis for doing this? Establishing a sizeable connected heat asset portfolio and gaining the knowledge and experience to retrieve data and provide steering commands.

A challenging task with a diverse brand and model landscape. However, GreenCom’s knowledge and more than 10 years of experience in energy IoT enable white-label partners to achieve reliable results quickly.

Drive customer benefits and engagement through optimisation

With heat, it is all about reducing the electricity cost and lowering the CO2 footprint. With GreenCom’s optimisation capabilities, white-label partners can offer the benefits of solar PV self-consumption, using time-of-use tariffs for economical optimisation or reducing the carbon footprint by using the electrical heating asset at times with significant wind and solar power in the system. Electrical heating assets may also reduce grid costs by managing the peak capacity used or improve the efficiency (COP) of a heat pump to reduce electricity usage whilst maintaining the same comfort levels.

Optimisation creates lower cost combined with higher engagement. Added with GreenCom’s state-of-the-art customer UI, it provides all the tools to establish a scaling smart heat proposition to customers.

Increase customer engagement by providing easy-to-use desktop and mobile apps offering real-time data, exportable reports, status updates, push notifications and customisable dashboards.

Making heat transparent through a state-of-the-art customer portal

Heat, electricity production and consumption all in one comprehensive overview

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Real-time energy flows of the heat pump or storage heater and other assets within the household

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Electricity consumption and other performance metrics of the heat assets

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Reports on all relevant energy data, including self-consumption, independence, production etc.

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A dashboard with personalized widgets for a direct overview

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Selectable optimisation targets: economic optimisation, CO2 reduction, self-sufficiency
Home Energy Management end customer front end by GreenCom Networks

“With a global installed base of 600 million heat pumps in 2030, heating will be the main driver in the energy market of the next decade – making it smart will open up endless possibilities for utilities, OEMs and ESCOs.”

Paul van Weerdenburg

Head of Commercial Product Management

Customer examples Smart Heat

Get in contact, build your own smart heating proposition

Paul van Weerdenburg, Head of Commercial Product Management at GreenCom Networks

Head of Commercial Product Management

Paul van Weerdenburg

Paul is leading the translation of Energy-as-a-Service IoT capabilities into use cases for end-customers. He has built up his energy value chain capabilities at RWE Supply & Trading and led a B2C proposition within the decentralized renewable energy domain as Head of Product & Business Development at the start-up shine. At GreenCom, Paul is responsible for commercial product management and additionally takes care of the Smart Heat domain.