Incenergy Releases New Energy Management System Mobile Apps for Facility Managers and Building Engineers

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Apple iOS and Android Apps Offer Access to Monitor and Control Your Building From Anywhere

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Today Incenergy announced the availability of new Android and iOS mobile apps for their wireless energy management system. The mobile apps provide facility managers and building engineers with the freedom to travel away from their facilities while staying connected through their smartphone or tablet, allowing them to monitor and control current conditions. The iPhone/iPad and Android mobile apps allow users to:

  •     Monitor HVAC system status across all buildings from the dashboard.
  •     View facilities' HVAC run time and estimated cost of air conditioning.
  •     View sorted alarms, distinguishing new faults from reoccurring problems, as well as a 30 day alarm trend summary.
  •     Set temperatures and view HVAC performance on the go, responding from anywhere.

View the latest Incenergy mobility features and download the mobile apps to try them out for free at

Incenergy’s wireless energy management system allows owners and managers to control operating costs and reduce energy waste. It also provides facility managers and building engineers with more freedom and time while simplifying their daily tasks.

“The beauty of the design lies in how we have removed barriers that prevented businesses from adopting energy management systems in the past. We’ve made monitoring and reducing your energy use as easy as using email, while keeping the solution affordable and versatile enough to be applied in any type of commercial building,” said Barry McConachie, CEO of Incenergy, LLC.

About Incenergy
Incenergy's Building Portfolio Energy Management System is wireless and easy to install, making it affordable for existing commercial building retrofits. It controls smart thermostats and lighting, offers electricity submeter monitoring, and produces cost of cooling reports based on thermostats alone, all done remotely through a computer, iPad, or smartphone. Energy savings of 20% or more are typical.

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