In a few seconds, What is it and How does it work?
Welcome to Ener.co®
Ener.co is a data-driven, HVAC energy efficiency company that solves common A/C efficiency problems by protecting the cooling capacity with a uniquely designed graphene polymer fin coating. Founded in 2009, with thousands of customer A/C units treated, Ener.co solves an all too often ignored problem that develops in every cooling system: the corrosion of aluminum air-cooled condenser fins.
Our flagship product is a graphene powered performance coating that lasts for a decade, providing ongoing energy efficiency and extending the lifespan of existing cooling systems.
The Enercoat® Treatment customarily restores air-cooled condensers to their optimal performance. The graphene powered polymer Enercoat® is applied to the coils to uphold their thermal performance and prevent future corrosion, leading to greater and lasting energy efficiency.
Ener.co measures and verifies the results using calibrated remote sensors. These results are to our clients in real-time via their cloud-based dashboard.
Hear from our clients
We value a collaborative relationship with our customers, empowering them to become educated consumers. Here is some insight from our clients who have achieved a significant savings in their energy consumption and costs.
Our company has been providing software enabled M&V solutions for energy efficiency technology companies for many years now, and I've seen an enormous amount of "before" and "after" data from energy efficiency projects. As Ener.co®'s M&V partner, I can say that Ener.co® treatments consistently produce strong improvements in efficiency and savings for their clients' facilities.
Ener.co® treated two of the oldest and worst performing units we had - and the results were remarkable. They allowed us to defer having to replace the units for three and a half years. Ener.co® proved to be a no fuss, low cost solution to our very serious problem.
With Ener.co we saved ourselves about $120,000 in capital expense by treating instead of replacing the coils and saw reduction in energy consumption of 16.7%.