Bill Tenants and Save up to 45% in Energy Costs
What is Electrical Submetering?
Many commercial and residential buildings use a single "master meter." Electricity comes into a building at bulk rate prices from the Utility. Landlords bill tenants for electricity based on flat fees or formulas derived from the building space they occupy. Occupants pay for electricity as part of a monthly bill, but their energy use is not individually monitored or tracked.
Electrical submetering is the measurement of consumption after the master meter. Submeters (also referred to as power meters, electrical meters, and energy monitors) are installed after the master meter to measure individual electrical load.
Legally Bill Tenants with Code-Compliant Meters
Triacta meters are California Title 24 certified, NYPSC listed, Measurement Canada and Maryland PSC approved, and independently verified to ANSI C12.20 Class 0.5.
Reduce Your Energy Use by as Much as 45 %
But the benefits go far beyond energy savings — including improved building operations, fair utility cost allocation, enhanced tenant satisfaction, and increased property value.
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.
Manage all Your Building Utilities in One Place
Data related to electricity, gas, water, and thermal energy consumption can be drawn from hundreds or even thousands of meters and accessed through a secure web portal.
Reduce Installation Time, Save Valued Space, Lower Total Costs
With Triacta multi-point meters, you save valuable building space and lower your overall installation, set-up, and maintenance costs.
Multi-Service Homing: Energy Information Mobility with Vendor Independence
Building management is moving to a world of à la carte web-centric service delivery. Savvy building owners and property managers are investing in building equipment that can take full advantage of the burgeoning opportunities arising in the field.
Triacta GATEWAY's 48 Mix and Match Inputs Mean Savings of up to 50% in Meter Deployment Costs
The Triacta GATEWAY has a modular design that can accommodate 12 to 48 inputs for measuring electricity and monitoring other building services (such as water or natural gas).
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.