New York State law requires that building owners and management companies use New York Public Service Commission (NYPSC) listed meters when billing residential tenants. Triacta meters are NYPSC listed and independently verified to ANSI C12.20 Class 0.5.
New York City has implemented some of the most aggressive submetering requirements for both commercial and multi-unit residential buildings in North America. Triacta meters are easily deployed in new or retrofit situations for Local Laws 88 and 97 compliance.
Building owners and property managers are learning that implementing a Triacta metering system is one of the fastest ways to control rising energy costs and increase property profitability.
With over 15 years of experience and more than a quarter million meter points deployed, we are experts in the metering business. Whether you need a quick quote, detailed meter specifications, or a complete metering plan, we're here to get you started.Click to get Started
Triacta meters are among the most accurate and reliable meters in the world — NYPSC listed and compliant with New York Local Laws 88 , 97
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Reduce overall energy consumption by measuring electricity use and gaining visibility into water, gas, and thermal utility consumption
Save money and increase profit by identifying faulty equipment and inefficient operations
Fairly allocate utility consumption to tenants and hold them accountable for resource usage
Increase property value and market competitiveness by lowering overall utility consumption
Triacta products are utility grade, designed to withstand the difficult environment of the electrical closet for 20+ years, so you can be assured your investment will return value for years
According to article 311 of “Local Laws of the City of New York No. 88”, submeters must be installed in all commercial, mixed use and residential buildings and tenant space by January 1, 2025 as indicated below.
A building that exceeds 50,000 gross square feet (4645 m2)
Two or more buildings on the same tax lot that together exceed 100,000 gross square feet (9290 m2)
Two or more buildings held in the condominium form of ownership that are governed by the same board ofmanagers and that together exceed 100,000 gross square feet (9290 m2)
A tenant space larger than 10,000 gross square feet (929 m2) on one or more floors of a covered building let or sublet to the same person
A floor of a covered building larger than 10,000 gross square feet (929 m2) consisting of tenant spaces let or sublet to two or more different persons
Source: www.nyc.gov, LL88: Lighting Upgrades & Submetering
Understanding the ins and outs of Local Laws 88 and 97 and what they mean for your submetering requirements can be a daunting task if it is not your full time job. Let us help!Click to get started
And NY loves us, as property managers for some of the most iconic properties count on Triacta meters for tenant billing and energy management solutions. Here are just a few:
"Triacta has accomplished the difficult and interesting trick of being an exceptional traditional meter that can work with legacy building automation systems, while also forming the foundation of a building-services platform."
We work with corporations, property managers , and solution providers all over the world. Here's a sample *
Commercial grade metering, revenue grade metering, and pulse data collection can all be combined in one box — simplifying installation, with the potential to save significant money on metering equipment and labour costs.
We know that designing, installing, and provisioning meters can be complicated, and not your primary business.
That's why we offer Triacta Metering as a Service — a simple and cost-effective offering that takes care of all aspect of your building resource metering (electricity, water, thermal and gas).
The need for accurate, reliable electricity usage information in an energy management age is well documented. What is less understood is the key role your electrical meter plays in your overall building data information plan, and how choosing the wrong meter can cost you money and time — lots of it.
If you are going to bill tenants or participate in government incentive programs, you need to choose a metering platform that is robust and accurate enough to handle the job.
With today’s open communication protocols, there’s no reason that property managers and building owners shouldn’t be able to take full advantage of as many web services as they like — without restriction or having to choose a single provider. It’s your data after all.
* Logos that appear on this page are registered trademarks of their respective companies and represent a cross-section of the organizations we work with. They are not meant to represent an endorsement of Triacta product and services.
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