New Social Housing Case Study Outlines Benefits of Geospatial Intelligence

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Coleshill, UK,  19th June 2018

Energeo have released a new case study outlining the benefits geospatially derived energy intelligence delivers to support the management of large property portfolios. The case study, which centres on recent work within Oxfordshire in collaboration with a major Housing Association, additionally highlights how location based insights can facilitate the creation of property retrofit strategies.

“The innovative exploitation of geospatial data can help owners or managers of large property portfolios in a number of ways” commented Ian Dee, Energeo CEO. “Energeo’s outputs enabled desk based, objective analysis of individual property energy efficiency and renewable energy potential, removing the initial need for costly, time consuming and intrusive site surveys. In addition, the intelligence enabled the Housing Association to audit the success of previous measures, plan ongoing retrofit programmes more effectively, and plug data gaps to improve portfolio knowledge”.

The data provided by Energeo included building roof and external wall heat loss, external wall area measurements, and solar PV potential. Intelligence was delivered in GIS compatible formats to facilitate integration with the Housing Association's existing property management system, and to enable cross-compatibility with other Sovereign departments.

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