SAN MARCOS, Calif., and TORONTO — Encycle™ has announced the public release of its HVAC Visibility reports, part of its overall Energy as a Service by Encycle (EASE) solution. The solution is designed to maximize the performance of HVAC systems to save commercial and industrial companies money while reducing their carbon footprint.

“The initial feedback from our customers has been overwhelming, confirming that our Swarm Energy Management™ platform provides unprecedented visibility into HVAC performance,” said Greg Johnson, Encycle’s executive vice president of sales.

Encycle’s solution gathers data from a variety of sources, confirming expected behavior or identifying potential problems. This information is of significant value to facility operators and HVAC contractors so that they can optimize equipment performance, increasing comfort and maximizing savings. The company said most customers immediately spot at least some problems that should be corrected via maintenance activities, while others can dive directly into Encycle’s energy savings functionality.

“Encycle’s HVAC Visibility report helped me quickly confirm that our HVAC units were running as expected and helped us collectively move ahead and focus on savings opportunities,” said Fred DiNapoli, director of facilities at Harkins Theatres.

The reports are generated from Encycle’s cloud, spanning the company’s hundreds of installations in the U.S., Canada, and Japan, from day one of their commissioning, with no need for on-site complex building automation systems or custom reporting software.

“As one of the company’s main investors, we’re very pleased with this addition to Encycle’s energy management solution,” said Larry Lam, a partner in BDC Capital’s Industrial, Clean and Energy Technology Venture Fund. “We’re impressed by the level of insight Encycle’s new HVAC Visibility report appears to deliver.”

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Publication date: 6/2/2016

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