Emporia Energy 4+

Smart Energy Home System

Emporia Corp

    • 3.7 • 135 Ratings
    • Free

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Description

The Emporia app provides clear, meaningful energy use analysis and actionable recommendations that help homeowners save money, conserve energy, and reduce carbon. We analyze your usage patterns and then provide insights into your energy use, along with powerful opportunities to make your home more energy efficient.

Emporia Energy provides these valuable features:
- Real-time monitoring of your energy use
- Historical energy use and savings
- Options to show use, savings and environmental impact in meaningful measurements
- Comparisons minute-to-minute, hour-to-hour, day-to-day, week-to-week, month-to-month, and year-to-year
- Actionable recommendations to help you save money, conserve energy, and reduce carbon
- Clear savings calculations based on the recommended actions you perform

For more information, visit emporiaenergy.com

Customer Support
help@emporiaenergy.com

What’s New

Version 3.2.18.4682

Added DERMs enrollment.
Added battery faults to management page.
Added LED troubleshooting pages.
Minor updates.

Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
135 Ratings

135 Ratings

soccergeek24 ,

Good enough for now

So the app as a whole works. It displays a fair amount of information; however, it could be much better. I like that you can specify a 2nd factor power option (a prompt to verify power on/off toggle).

I took off a star because you have to enter individual information for every device (pKwh cost, time zone, etc) and this was truly annoying. Also annoying was there wasn’t a way to easily view total usage of all monitored plugs or devices. I had to export to CSV

Desired improvements:

Total energy usage as a graph
An easier way to change between device views
A “memory” of what view I prefer (always defaults to per second usage)
Set up multiple/all devices with same setting (energy cost, time zone, etc)

I hope when I get the Vue it isn’t the same way as the individual plugs. That would be a bummer.

Bryan Whitfield ,

Good App, hardware and support!

App keeps getting better! Last update included Amps unit! Hardware is best value on the market right now. My power panel is a long way from my router so the hardware would not stay connected. After working with Marty in customer support, it was determined that my Wi-Fi was too weak at that location. I independently verified this diagnosis with WiFi SweetSpot app and worked to upgrade my network. I tried a couple of Wi-Fi repeater/extenders but they still caused connectivity issues. I resolved all connectivity issues when adding Xfinity XFi Pods (mesh). Mesh is the way to go. Solved connectivity issues I had with a remote Ring doorbell also.

I use two of the eight current sensors to monitor the power supplied by my 16 Kw Generac whole house standby generator. Since it auto starts, when we are not home, I can now see when and how long the generator ran. It would be useful if emporia could ID generator sensors, send an alert when power supply transfers to the generator and allow an alternative energy cost (based on natural gas cost & generator efficiency) when the generator runs.

I look forward to future improvements!

taylrbrwr ,

Somewhat Useful

It does the job, but pretty useless for what I purchased the smart plug for due to the app limitations. The graph feature doesn’t allow the user to go back, say, a few months in time while using the S, M, H time formats. Well, it’s possible, but the user just has to scroll forever. I’m trying to view the history of a device to see if there were any spikes in power that may have caused a breaker to flip. Not able to do so with this app! I can only go back several months in time to see the total amount of amps used with the D and M time formats, which doesn’t help me pinpoint any exact power spike at all. Very frustrating that the data is there but is essentially inaccessible. One more thing— whenever I switch time formats, the view defaults back to the current date and time in the graph, which can be annoying if I’m trying to inspect past power usage.

App Privacy

The developer, Emporia Corp, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Linked to You

The following data may be collected and linked to your identity:

  • Location
  • Contact Info
  • User Content
  • Identifiers
  • Usage Data

Privacy practices may vary, for example, based on the features you use or your age. Learn More

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