What is Cost Simulator?
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Cost Simulator estimates the potential energy savings if the heating in a room is lowered by a certain amount. Savings are based on the heating history of the room in the past 30 days

If, for example, your living room temperature is usually 20 degrees and you’d like to check the potential savings from lowering the temperature by 3 degrees, the Simulator can estimate that for you.

Simply select the room/s you wish to estimate the heating consumption for and decrease or increase the temperature to see how that change would impact your savings.

The Simulator can only show estimates for rooms that have had heating activity in the past 30 days.

To apply the changes from the simulator and benefit from the estimated savings in the next 30 days, do the following:

  1. Take note of the new temperatures you set for each room in the Simulator.

  2. Select Go to Smart Schedule at the bottom of the screen.

  3. Set the new temperature for each room in the Smart Schedule. If you have more than one time block and, for example, you lowered the room temperature by 3 degrees in the Simulator, you will have to lower it by 3 degrees in each time block.

  4. Select the tick in the top right corner to confirm changes in your Smart Schedule.

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