Set-up, manage, and administer your entire meter network onsite or remotely
Robust meter data management and repository capabilities
Live dashboards, desktop updates, and automated reporting
Secure, IT-friendly deployment and operations of meters
A Future-proof Solution with no Vendor Lock-in
- Built-in provisioning tools make it easy to translate line drawings and site audit information into appropriate meter configurations and installation instructions
- A hierarchal management structure provides for different scopes of view and control and allows for the flexible assignment of meters within locations, department and users
- Open standards mean access to and consolidation of data from a multitude of meters (electric, gas, water, and thermal) with export and reporting
- An extensive set of management tools enable operators to monitor network health and receive automatic notifications of extraordinary events
Electrical Submetering Laws for Commercial Properties in the United States
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.
GATEWAY’s Two-Stage Installation Process Saves Time and Money
Triacta GATEWAY's unique submeter design means economical installation and deployment, plus safe, efficient engage/disengage capabilities for re-verification and resealing.
Electrical Submeters and Security of Your Building's Utility Data
In this age of data security, utility submeters need to be good network "citizens" — collecting, storing, and moving data across multiple networks and into platforms for use by its intended users or building systems.
NY Green Bank Announces Energy Efficiency Funds Available
Financing offers include energy efficiency improvement loans, development loans, construction loans, and permanent loans.
Successful Energy Management Through Submetering, Part 2
Proper planning and design can mean the difference between a successful project that produces actionable data versus a poorly run project with cost overruns and quickly discarded information.