Solutions for social housing providers
Energy efficiency and residents’ comfort in apartment blocks and complexes
Social housing providers face the difficult task of juggling government legislation, environmental targets, limited budgets and the all-important resident satisfaction. For these large and varied property estates, better integration of building services can help improve energy efficiency and reduce running costs.
How can Synapsys help?
Help residents understand their energy use through energy monitoring
Allow individual billing even for communal systems
Interface centralised building services such as heating and cooling to BMS (Trend/BACnet) for improved energy efficiency

Social housing providers work across complex property estates, with every type of housing from ex-council homes to new build eco-projects. There’s likely to be a variety of heritage building services in use, as well as the latest renewable technologies.

It’s imperative to keep bills at an affordable level for customers. Energy monitoring and metering across the property estate reveals the bigger energy efficiency picture while allowing individual billing. Sharing detailed energy information with residents can help bring about behavioural change.

Synapsys can help improve energy efficiency for housing association and social housing providers through:

  • energy monitoring and metering;
  • interfacing essential plant and equipment such as HVAC and air handling with an onsite BMS system (Trend/BACnet);
  • and interfacing heating and other services for communal areas to online weather forecast.
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