EG Ines Curve
The ET-curve provides an efficient way to gain a comprehensive view of a building's consumption behavior immediately, while at the same time enabling quick interpretations. With the ET-curve, you can analyze the relationship between consumption and outdoor temperature. It allows you to pinpoint changes more accurately than by examining traditional normalized consumption.
The ET-curve forms a regression line based on data points and visualizes heating and cooling thresholds.
- Heating thresholds - when heating starts
- Cooling thresholds - when cooling systems kick in
The ET-curve works for both electrically heated and other heating energy targets, and you can choose your desired time interval and precision level. For electrically heated targets, you can examine this data solely based on electricity consumption data, while for other heating energy targets, you can look at the total energy consumption, which includes both electricity and heat consumption.
Especially for electrically heated targets, this is a valuable analysis tool. In electrically heated targets, heating electricity consumption is often part of the primary measurement, making its detailed analysis challenging.