Archive for September, 2016

3 Investments That Offer a Significant ROI for Your Business

Posted on September 13th, 2016 by Electro Industries

As a business owner, nothing is more important than your bottom line. Every dollar that you spend on your company needs to offer some sort of return on your investment, or ROI. Luckily, there are three products and services that have proven time and time again that they are worth the money. Here are three […]

Where Are Schools Consuming the Most Energy?

Posted on September 8th, 2016 by Electro Industries

According to Energy Star, educational facilities in the United States spend more than $14 billion on energy every year. They also estimate that as much of 30% (or $4.2 billion) of this energy is not being used efficiently. This is because the average school building is 42-years old and not designed to meet today’s modern […]

Electro Industries Releases Shark® 270 Socket Form Revenue Meter

Posted on September 7th, 2016 by Greg Taylor

Westbury, NY (Wednesday, September 7, 2016) – Electro Industries/GaugeTech (EIG) introduces its latest utility revenue energy meter, the Shark® 270 unit. This outdoor energy meter mounts into a standard ANSI S form meter enclosure. It measures energy and all aspects of power, using a better than 0.2% certified Class accuracy. The meter also provides extensive […]


Why All Property Managers Should Submeter Their Tenants’ Spaces

Posted on September 6th, 2016 by Electro Industries

Most property managers use one of two methods to determine their tenants’ energy costs: square footage-based billing, or submetering. Square footage-based billing is simple: take the total amount of energy that was consumed during the previous billing cycle, and divide it amongst all of your tenants. Each tenant’s individual bill is directly proportional to the […]

5 Common Problems all Energy Managers Face

Posted on September 2nd, 2016 by Electro Industries

Being an energy manager isn’t easy, and these five problems make the job even harder: Problem 1: Sorting through data. Lots of information is available to you as an energy manager; it can be difficult to sort through it all and figure out what is useful, and what isn’t. Problem 2: Communicating with people outside […]

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