Coordinated efforts
  • Resolving diverse energy needs within a multifaceted commercial environment
  • Accountability and consistent quality control throughout all phases
  • Open to cooperation with other technology vendors
Justifying cost of sustainability
  • Investment decisions; functionality or efficiency
  • Sustainable design and sustainable operation
  • Balance between efficiency and reliability
Space for integration
  • A centralised service for decentralised variable demands
  • Every new demand presents a scope for integration
  • A universal platform for the energy sector
Making it work
  • Holistic and transient evaluation of overall system dynamics
  • Generating performance ranges for an investment value engineering process
  • Actual life cycle performance and cost data, system optimisation and reporting

Energy exchange software platform (EESP) is the only SaaS application of its kind. EESP provides a wide range of capabilities to users by offering all of the following features (and more):

Identify limits of each system, dealing with all types and collection of loads at network level

Quantify risks and uncertainties, and review risk mitigation measures

Ensure continuity between pre-installation phases and life cycle operation

Visualise differences between design and actual operation for ongoing controls adjustment

Produce reports with detailed energy balance sheets for privileged stakeholders

Unlike common centralised utility schemes, ESN allows a wide range of possibilities for integration at both network and central plant levels. This opens up opportunities to exchange energy between variable demands for different forms (grades) of thermal energy.

EESP is the integration platform for all types of the ESN applications. It has been developed to support businesses and organisations active within the field of energy utilities, including those who already exploring ESN potential, and those who are new to this application.

Design and delivery of an efficient energy system requires considerable professional work by experts, and investment in improved materials and high end components, reflected in the total capital cost of a project.

Investment in advanced efficiency can introduce additional risks. Maintenance budgets are often insufficient to cover the costs of experts input into performance data analysis, controls and overall system efficiency over the systems full life cycle of operation. A fragmented (non- integrated) approach across the full life cycle of a system reduces its reliability and efficiency.

EESP provides continuous coordination between all stakeholders and integration project leadership. This removes the burdens associated with the legal and commercial relations between different stakeholders, and eliminates the need for complex interferences normally required for complex ownership and organisational structures of modern energy utilities. EESP provides enterprise level facilities for planning, exchange and archiving documentation supplied by manufacturers, contractors and service providers.

Important Note:
Seal Navitas is not currently operating an open licensing programme. At present time we are ready only to support selected projects with partners who are prepared to participate in the development of the necessary standards to support design, construction and life cycle operation processes by ensuring compatibility and flawless functionality of the ESN integrations. All highly integrated projects incorporating various components from different technology and manufacturing vendors that can be supplied (replaced) by various fabricators, installers and maintenance groups outside unified standards, which may seriously affect performance.