|04-04-17, 08:39 AM||#1|
Join Date: May 2011
Location: Tortosa, Spain
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HP data for winter 2016
Winter 2016 is nearly consigned to memory so it's interesting to analyse the data a bit for the heating requirements based on hp vs conventional heating.
Things are stabilizing a bit now as our building work is just about finished so I don't expect to see the huge variations in data that I saw in the beginning.
That said, it's interesting viewing the data for the last few years. 2014 is missing as we were doing major building work then so I didn't keep any data.
2012 house size approx. 150M2, conventional radiators, poor insulation
2013 house size approx. 150M2, conventional radiators, poor insulation
2015 house size approx. 280M2, under floor heating, solar panel assisted. 130M2 only partially heated as not occupied.
2016 house size approx. 280M2, under floor heating, solar panel assisted
House temperature average 22C, 24h/day
|04-04-17, 05:32 PM||#2|
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Portland, OR
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Great job, you increased your house size by 87%
While your energy dropped by 7.6%
Very good showing!
I'm not an HVAC technician. In fact, I'm barely even a hacker...
|04-05-17, 07:52 AM||#3|
Join Date: Feb 2010
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Looks like you had help from a big drop in your electricity prices too!