Tenant sub metering is a valuable tool for both building managers/owners and tenants as it provides the capability to accurately attribute energy usage on a tenant-by-tenant basis.
Tenant Sub Metering provides building managers/owners the ability to individually attribute energy usage on a tenant by tenant basis. This level of detail provides the data necessary to gain a clear picture of energy consumption.
Armed with Revenue-Grade meters building owners and managers will be able to provide their tenants fair and accurate allocation of energy consumption. With this data, both tenant and owner can engage in energy saving measures, a win-win for both parties.
Accuenergy offers a selection of revenue-grade power and energy meters with a variety of metering functions including kWh billing, power quality, and demand.
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Commercial tenant sub metering includes applications like shopping malls and office buildings. By implementing sub metering practices in these facilities, building managers / engineers can closely monitor energy consumption on a tenant-by-tenant basis. This provides the data necessary to accurately bill tenants, as well as identify potential inefficiencies in energy consumption.
Energy consumption accounts a large expense in facilities like factories or industrial plants. For this reason tenant sub metering is important to understanding the energy consumption needs of individual tenants, while also providing accurate and accountable billing.
Tenant sub metering implements an accountability for energy consumption and provides a fair and equitable solution for utility billing with multiple tenants. Sub metering is a relatively simple application that allows property owners to take control of their energy bills and gather a clearer picture of each individual tenant consumption.
Time of Use, or TOU as it is commonly referred to, is the segregation of energy rates based on the time in which the energy is being consumed. TOU is a way in which utility providers attempt to alleviate demand during peak periods by enforcing a tariff structure that charges an increased rate within the typical peak consumption time periods.
Using a sub meter for kWh metering provides a critical window into your energy consumption and ultimately the energy bill. Users are able to accurately monitor the energy usage in real-time instead of waiting until the end of the billing cycle; with revenue grade meters like the Acuvim II users can verify bills for accuracy and/or allot charges to specific areas or users.