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- n. Plural form of submeter.
- v. Third-person singular simple present indicative form of submeter.
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New York State's Energy and Research Development Authority, in part out of concern over the environmental effects of excessive air-conditioning, is planning to offer building owners financial incentives to install "submeters" that measure individual consumption, a major construction project that can require a significant upfront expense.
And it installs submeters to measure buildings 'energy consumption in microscopic detail, and then suggests ways to reduce demand.
Reasoning that what gets measured gets controlled, the resort installed 38 submeters around the mountain so it could isolate energy use at different facilities in real time.
And in deciding how to allocate limited funds, one question for administrators is whether to spend money on things that yield actual energy savings or, in the case of submeters, provide feedback.
While every dormitory at Ithaca College is individually metered for electricity, only about 15 percent have submeters for natural gas.
ADM installs submeters wherever the client can save money by cutting power consumption.
Established in 1981, E-MON is the industry leader in solid-state electronic kilowatt-hour submeters, automatic meter reading software and other energy management products and services.
"With the addition of the LonWorks option, E-Mon's complete line of communication options opens the door to deploying submeters in more than 80 percent of new and installed BAS control applications, including those using Modbus RTU and BACnet MS/TP and Ethernet-based protocols like Modbus TCP and BACnet IP."
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