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?
Study after study shows that electrical submetering results in significant savings for building owners and tenants alike. Still, not everyone has jumped on the submetering bandwagon. Here's how to get everyone on board.
The Triacta GATEWAY multi-tenant electrical metering platform has received Measurement Canada approval for billing across Canada.
The rapid emergence of the Internet of Things has opened up the opportunity for property managers to supercharge their electrical submetering to becoming an essential element of a building's information plan.
There are several strategies for reducing energy costs, but few are as compelling and fundamental as electrical submetering. We know the value intuitively, but how much could you save, really?
Ready access to electrical meters for programming and status has become standard, but it’s not enough. A building’s meter management platform needs to go beyond individual devices to include how the meters are performing in a networked environment.
Microgrids represent a significant shift in electricity supply and distribution, and a burgeoning opportunity for corporate leaders, building owners, and property managers to participate in the growing economy of distributed energy networks.
Electrical meters play a key role in your overall building data information plan. Choosing the wrong meter can cost you money and time — lots of it.
Triacta Power Solutions continues its thought-leadership position, once again being featured in BIoT Canada — this time focusing on web-centric building management.
If you are going to bill tenants or participate in government incentive programs, you need to choose an electrical metering platform that is robust and accurate enough to handle the job.
H. James Harrington had it right, measurement is the key to improvement. But there is an important corollary to Harrington’s assertion — it’s not enough to measure.
The future of multi-point electrical metering is moving beyond being a simple metering platform to becoming a generic building services intelligence platform.
Recognized as a leader in innovation in submetering technologies, Triacta Power Solutions has a featured article in BIoT Canada on submetering and data ownership.
With today’s open communication protocols, there’s no reason 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.
The rapid development of cloud-based applications and the evolution of networking technologies have set the stage for a radical change in how building services will be delivered and managed going forward.
According to the US Federal Energy Management Program, businesses without proactive energy management programs are spending 10 to 45 percent more on energy per year than they need.
There was a time when "utilities included" was a standard leasing sales model. That scenario is fading fast, however, with the final nail in the "utilities included" coffin coming January 1, 2025.
With Local Laws 88 and 97, New York has implemented some of the most aggressive submetering requirements for commercial and multi-unit residential buildings in North America. Are you ready to comply and prosper?
Triacta introduces Triacta GATEWAY™ — high-density electrical meters and pulse collectors for measurement and verification, tenant billing, energy management, and building control applications.
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