Outdoor lighting, animatronics, and Christmas tree lights, are a bright indication that the holidays have arrived. As such, every year we see a spike in power consumption and more notably in the amount of wasted energy. In a recent report published by the International Energy Agency, it was estimated that billions of electronic devices are consuming and wasting enough electricity to power almost 80% of Canada.
In addition, due to an increasing demand for smartphones access to household items such as central air systems, lights, and security cameras. Manufacturers have implemented a “standby” mode, which allows devices to stay online, but consume power even when they are not in use.
With conservation in mind and in order to minimize the expense of wasted energy, we have established a new line of solutions that focus on energy. Our solutions offers convenient remote powering, efficient energy monitoring, and management software.
Convenient remote powering
Easily power up or down devices from your smartphone. We utilizes the least amount of energy possible and provide the highest level of conservation.
Efficient energy monitoring
Our solution is engineered for buildings, organizations and homes, and includes the following features:
- Metering your energy use and gathering the data.
- Finding opportunities to save energy, and estimating how much energy each could save. We would examine your meter data to find and calculate energy waste patterns, and we would also investigate the energy savings that you could make by replacing equipment (e.g. lighting, A/C).
- Following your progress by analyzing your data to view how much your energy-saving attempts have worked out.
This tool set will give you the control to manage how much energy is being used and whether or you want to increase, decrease, or level that energy use.
Conversation is what matters most, and by contacting INC Technologies, you are taking the first step in shrinking your footprint. Let our team show you how these solutions are more valuable than saving money.