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Urbanomy's integrated master development solutions enable the identification of the best solutions for future-proof decision making.

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URBANOMY’S MASTER DEVELOPMENT TOOLBOX

Integrated solutions to implement your net zero vision

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Forecast future building and electric vehicle energy demand

Urban spaces are infinitely complex due to the variety of interdependent actors, dimensions and challenges they encompass. To understand the ecosystem as a whole, we consider essential to use a systemic vision, breaking the working-in-silo approach. Our solutions can enable significant economic, energetic and environmental benefits using sustainability strategies and operations as an advantages.  


Our holistic approach considers a variety of fields of expertise: Carbon, Energy, Value, Community benefits

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Our in-house technical capabilities and simulation tools

Key features of our master development toolbox

Low carbon energy and mobility masterplan 

• Pre-design of the local energy system 

• Decarbonisation of uses (cold, heat, transport) 

• Renewable development and flexibility 

• Economic assessment and enhancement 

We adapt our concept depending on your planning stage (Outline  

Planning Application, Full Planning Application) 

We also partner with Saas providers for advanced modelling, analytics and dashboards: ask for more! 

Why choose our solutions?

Application and use cases: Salt Cross Garden Village

Advising Oxfordshire County Council on the masterplan for a new development.

West Oxfordshire District Council’s draft Area Action Plan for the development sets at its core a requirement for the development to be net zero carbon – with low energy use in new buildings and a low carbon energy supply with no use of fossil fuels for heating and hot water and opportunities for on-site renewable electricity maximised.

For this new development of 2200 homes, a science park, a school, a health centre and a park & ride, Urbanomy simulated the future energy demand of the buildings and vehicles, assessed the solar potential, quantified the flexibility from residential thermal storage, batteries and electric vehicles through V1G/V2G. The potential revenues through grid services supporting the transport and distribution grid has been assessed to support the business model of this innovative development.

We adopted a scenario-based approach to define the best energy and mobility scheme to achieve net zero carbon by comparing a decentralised system using heat pumps, a centralised system using district heating and a hybrid system with an ambient loop.

Outcome:

- we provided recommendations to ensure that the project is net zero carbon,

- we modelled the use of V2G to cover up to more than 100% of charging costs,

- we designed a strategy to achieve 15 kwh/m2/year of building heating requirements in line with future UK standards.

Urbanomy collaborated with EDF R&D to deliver a cutting edge evaluation of the whole value chain of smart energy for this working example. The methodology has been developed in a replicable way to benefit for other similar development.

An online tool was created to enable project decision makers to monitor, manage and communicate their action plan.

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