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Cutting Hefty Utility Bills With Technology/Data

Intellimeter Canada Inc.
Publication date:
February 20, 2020
Article Summary: 

The blog explains how technology can help cut hefty utility bills. It highlights the importance of monitoring and managing energy consumption, and how technology can provide tools and data to support these efforts.

The blog discusses different technologies that can be used to monitor and manage energy consumption, including submetering systems, data analytics, and automation systems. It explains that submetering systems can provide detailed information on energy consumption at the individual unit level, while data analytics can help identify trends and opportunities for savings. Automation systems, such as smart thermostats and lighting controls, can also help reduce energy waste.

The blog further discusses the potential benefits of implementing these technologies, including cost savings, improved tenant satisfaction, and reduced environmental impact. It emphasizes the importance of selecting technologies that are appropriate for the specific application and of working with experienced professionals to ensure successful implementation and ongoing maintenance.


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Intellimeter Canada Inc.
Cutting Hefty Utility Bills With Technology/Data
February 20, 2020
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