New Feature Feature optimization Bug Fixes

Release Notes - v3.16.0


What's New

  • Unlike the previous implementation, which only allowed for the declaration of a single Space/Water Heating type in the user's installation profile, the recent changes accommodate the existence of auxiliary Space/Water heating appliances that complement the main heating sources. Consequently, if auxiliary electric heating sources existed, their energy consumption could not be detected either from the analytical detection algorithms or through statistical approaches, resulting in their energy consumption being attributed to the unassigned energy ("Other") category.

  • In this context, a comprehensive list of the available multiple space heating appliance combinations follows:

    • Heat pump + auxiliary electric heating appliances

    • Heat pump + auxiliary non-electric appliances

    • Electric appliances + auxiliary non-electric appliances

    • Electric appliances + gas-sourced heating appliances

    • Auxiliary non-electric appliances + gas-sourced heating appliances

  • Additionally, the changes regarding water heating enable the selection of multiple options from the list of water heating types, including electric, gas-sourced, oil-sourced, solar, and other water-heating appliances.

  • Hence, end-users are now able to select one or more space and/or water heating options.
    Plus, they can:

    • Declare the capacity of their Battery Energy Storage System appliance (BESS) as metadata, in kWh

    • Select a Heat Pump appliance and specify its exact type (air to air or air to water) and setup (full electric or hybrid) as metadata

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  • The improvement of the energy consumption allocated to the space-heating category specifically targets end-users with high-resolution data and electric-powered space-heating appliances, implicitly considering the region's weather conditions.

  • Heat pump event detection is fine-tuned based on regional specifications, such as appliance operation in accordance with the area's specific weather conditions and heating/cooling demands.

  • New Belgian users who receive energy measurements from the Fluvius data hub, they are automatically linked to the upgraded data retrieval mechanism in the backend upon onboarding. This implementation guarantees that all data hosted on the data hub becomes readily accessible to end users, thereby enhancing their overall experience.

  • The "Meter Authorization Status" field on the Support Portal will now exclusively display information for users utilizing German MeDA meters only, thereby preventing any unnecessary population of this field for other users. This update simplifies the user interface, ensuring that support agents can easily focus on relevant data, reducing confusion and ultimately enhancing operational efficiency within the support process.

Bug Fixes

  • The implemented fix addresses instances where the multi-phase heat pump algorithm underestimates energy consumption, particularly during solar production hours.

  • Fixed a bug in the CE-API POST /notification/dispatch endpoint in order for it to fully operate per the relevant specifications.

  • Fixed a bug that impeded the complete removal of users via the Basic Account Management API.

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