The global smart building market continues its steady, unrelenting growth — and for good reason. Investing in properties to make them "green" provides a quick return on investment by lowering operating costs, increasing property value, and raising tenancy rates.
Electrical submetering is now required for many residential and commercial buildings in the State of California. What does this mean for property managers and building owners, and how can they implement tenant submetering while avoiding costly mistakes?
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