iPhone App to Help You Save Energy at Home

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Envirolytics, a Canadian mobile software company with a green vein, has created a pretty cool-looking iPhone app that helps you to save energy (donate an iPhone and I’ll be happy to test it out for you).

The iViro Home Energy Analysis Tool helps you to conduct your own home energy analysis, gives you a breakdown of your home’s energy consumption, and list the most profitable energy saving retrofits you can conduct. The iPhonne app gives you actual savings estimates for implementing those retrofits, as well as emissions reductions estimates.

“iViro uses advanced cloud based home energy modeling software to accurately calculate energy usage and cost estimates based on the user provided information,” the company stated in an email to CleanTechnica. “The system is designed to be used by people with no prior technical background in order to appeal to a large audience.”

Looks pretty handy and fun. For more information, check out: Envirolytics or the app’s itunes page.


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