Triacta Power Solutions designs and manufactures revenue-grade electrical submeters for tenant billing and energy management applications. Triacta is a subsidiary of Metergy Solutions Inc., one of North America’s most experienced submetering providers.
Long known for its high-reliability, precise, multi-protocol submetering products, Triacta's meters have been easily and successfully deployed by submetering companies, property owners, building system integrators, and local distribution companies since 2003.
See Where We Are
Property Managers count on Triacta meters in some of the most iconic properties in the world. Here are just a few:
Empire State Building
CN Tower (Toronto)
Briarlake Plaza (Houston)
Eau Claire (Calgary)
Chrysler Building (NYC)
88 Queens Quay (Toronto)
And Who We Work With
We work with corporations, property managers , and solution providers all over the world. Here's a sample *
With two decades of experience and hundreds of thousands of meter points installed, Triacta knows what it takes to implement a successful metering system for billing and energy management.
Metergy Solutions to Acquire Quadlogic Controls Corporation
Metergy Solutions has entered into an agreement to acquire Quadlogic Controls Corporation. The acquisition, which is subject to Quadlogic shareholder approval, is a win-win-win opportunity for Metergy, Quadlogic and Triacta.
Dual Voltage Reference
Triacta GATEWAY's dual voltage reference feature optimizes the use of available meter points — saving equipment and installation costs.
Electrical Submetering for Commercial Properties
While submetering electricity for residential buildings is a well-established best practice, the benefits for commercial properties haven't received as much attention. But they should.
Triacta GATEWAY Receives California Type Approval
Muti-point Submeter Now Certified for Multi-Tenant Billing Applications in The Golden State
Electrical Submetering Laws for Commercial Properties in the U.S.A.
There is a growing wave of regulation throughout the U.S. focused on the metering of electrical consumption. One after another, cities and states are establishing directives to reduce energy use and have tenants pay for the electricity they use.