Installation of submeters to improve building efficiency

Short and Long-Term Benefits of Submetering: Improving Building Efficiency and Tenant Billing

Last spring, New York City passed legislation that requires all commercial buildings larger than 50,000 square feet to contain submeters. Twenty-two states, three counties, and Washington, D.C. now have statutes, regulations, or rulings on utility submetering, intended to support equitable billing, conserve energy, and diminish the demand on existing infrastructure and resources.

Using Cloud Utility Data to Decrease Cost and Increase Efficiency

Using Cloud Utility Data to Decrease Costs, Raise Efficiency

The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the way we manage utilities. Using submetering to aggregate and analyze fine-grained usage data for energy, water, and gas creates smarter, greener buildings that cost less to power and maintain. Using cloud utility data to analyze and process buildings’ utility usage in real-time opens the door for massive innovations that optimize operations, reduce …