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Green class submeters

E-Mon says its new Green Class submeters are designed for LEED certification points and other green building initiatives. Offering utility-grade metering accuracy, the company says its Green Class submeters are a cost-effective way to benchmark and monitor energy usage trends and to estimate CO2 emissions.

August 20, 2007  By Energy Management

Green Meters are also good for measuring and verifying the on-going effectiveness of LEED, EPACT, renewable energy, demand response and other major energy-related initiatives that can positively impact the facility’s bottom line, while also increasing environmental awareness within the using facility. E-Mon’s 0-2V split-core current sensors allow Green Class meters to be quickly and easily installed into the facility’s electrical envelope without powering down any loads. Available in a variety of voltage/current/wiring configurations, Green Class meters are compatible with E-Mon Energy meter reading and billing software, and also commercially available building automation systems. E-Mon can provide assistance to customers designing cost-effective green metering and compliance programs for their own facilities. For information: visit .

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