Planning tool for buildings & districts
With nPro you plan buildings and districts - faster and easier than ever before!
Generate load profiles for space heating, domestic hot water, space and process cooling, plug-loads and e-mobility.
Simulate heat networks and optimize pipe diameters.
Simulate complex energy systems with renewable energies, heat pumps, hydrogen and seasonal storages within minutes.
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Design and simulation
Design and dimensioning
A smart optimization algorithm determines the optimal system configuration and the dimensioning of generators and storages.
An operational simulation provides analyses on profitability and system operation.
Demand profiles and heat network calculation
Demand profile generation
Demand profiles for heating, cooling and electricity are created with a few clicks.
Heat network calculation
District heating and cooling networks as well as 5GDHC networks can be calculated and sized.
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Hydrogen and renewable energies
Design complex energy systems with hydrogen, heat pumps, seasonal storages and renewable energies.
Collaborate in the cloud
Share projects with team members and work together through one central tool. Ensure that all work with the most up-to-date project data.
Calculate 5th generation district heating systems, consider balancing of demands and diversity factors. Optimize network temperatures and pipe dimensioning.
Use proven calculation methods that have been validated with real-world use cases and monitoring data.
Find the optimal energy system from thousands of possible system configurations in seconds.
Intuitive & fast
A user-friendly interface enables an intuitive usage without prior training.
Standardize the quotation process: Import your data easily and export the results to Excel.
Create consistent demand profiles with hourly resolution for space heating, domestic hot water, space and process cooling, plug-loads and e-mobility.
Optimize pipe diameters of district heating networks with respect to annual pump work and pressure gradients.
5GDHC networks, also called anergy networks, use ambient heat sources and decentral heat pumps in buildings for an emission-free heat supply of districts.
District energy systems with hydrogen achieve high self-sufficiency rates. However, their planning is challenging due to many cross-sectoral generation and storage technologies.