Release notes - June 2022

The network energy profile around the system design load is shown graphically!

In our latest release, we’ve added a graph to the “Design Load Trend” view. The design load trend view lets you explore what the highest load in your system would be if the weather, calendar and behavior parameters come together at one point in time to create the highest heat load possible. Up until now, you have been able to evaluate the highest system load for your entire network, parts of the network or single substations. This is perfect if you want to determine the needed production or distribution capacity in your network.

With this latest release, you’ll be able to dig even deeper into the system design load! We’ve added the “Load Profile” section to the design load trend view which shows the hourly load of the selected cluster before, during and after the system design load.

What was the system load like before, during and after the design load date?

If you look carefully, the date shown in the graph is the same date that is shown in the “Weather at System Design Load”-card just above it.

There are a few things to keep in mind though!

  • Using the filter in the design load trend view will update all calculated KPIs, but the graph shown is not affected by filter settings. The load profile shown is the load profile of the entire network and is just an approximation of the load profile of a group of or single substation during the system design date.
  • If you choose to look at daily values, we are currently experiencing a problem with the hours shown as the design load date in the graph. This issue is being worked on as we speak and will be fixed in an upcoming release.

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