Triacta’s smart metres land at airport

Triacta’s smart metre technology is being installed at the Ottawa MacDonald-Cartier International Airport’s terminal expansion project. The metres will help the airport’s retail tenants check and control their use of electricity, resulting in cost savings and reduced greenhouse gas emissions. “Installing Triacta smart metres provides the airport with the opportunity to identify energy savings, ultimately having a positive impact on our environment,” says Triacta CEO Rob Brennan. The Almont-based company estimates that building consumption falls on average by 15 to 25% when tenants pay their own electricity bills and use smart metres to monitor their energy consumption.

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