Project Portfolio

See below is a list of submetering solutions provided to a few (out of many) of our customers.

See a list of other projects we've done!

Canada Markets Served
US Markets Served


Toronto, Ontario

Overview: Hospital with food and retail vendors located within facility
Problem: Revenue metering for billing of food and retail vendors.
Solution: TX2005
Benefits: Integrated the revenue grade metering into existing hospital computer network for meter communications.

MGM City Center

Las Vegas, Nevada, USA

Overview: Multiple hotels, casinos, resorts, spas, shopping centers
Problem: Looking for an energy management solution with shared electrical main utility to separate buildings all with unique physical layouts, requiring unique layout of metering systems and multiple servers.
Solution: 3312 meters, 5 buildings, 7 systems, one solution
Benefits: We were able to use existing infrastructure to facilitate the replacement of the previous system, reducing costs for installation. One coordinated solution.

Pike Place Market

Seattle, Washington, USA

Overview: Seattle's original farmers and fish market
Problem: Requires retail tenant billing and energy monitoring
Solution: System upgrade and multi commercial retrofit
Benefits: Energy cost allocation and tenant billing

Scotiabank Arena

Formerly known as Air Canada Center.

Toronto, Ontario

Overview: Entertainment complex with office tower and food concessions throughout
Problem: Energy monitoring and vendor billing capabilities
Solution: Legacy Intellimeter 1 Power Line Technology
Benefits: Metering solution provided for water, gas, electric, and BTU (heating/cooling loads) using power line carrier technology. Tenant billing and billing management service capabilities
Engineer: Mulvey and Banani
Property Management: Maple Leaf Sports and Entertainment Ltd.

Trump International Hotel

Waikiki, Hawaii

Overview: Mixed-use building consisting of both hotel, residential and commercial space
Problem: Requires the ability to bill residential space and hotel according to consumption
Solution: M3 Series and TX2005
Benefits: Able to accurately meter and bill tenants according to consumption

Toronto Pearson International Airport (YYZ)

Mississauga, Ontario

Overview: International Airport with a variety of vendors located onsite
Problem: Requires meter upgrade for tenant billing and facility management. Use existing network and include radar tower in metering.
Solution: i-meter™ 636 and M3 series meters
Benefits: Installed water, gas and electrical metering with a solution that provides the flexibility for evolving or changing tenants without the need to change the current meters. Integrated the new metering system and RF technology with the existing computer network allowing for communication from multiple different buildings and remote locations, such as the radar tower.
Engineer: Mulvey and Banani
Property Management: Greater Toronto Airport Authority


Seattle, WA

Overview: Bank branch with retail outlets within building
Problem: Revenue metering for retail tenants
Solution: M3 Series
Benefits: Able to provide energy costs for billing

Ontario Place

Toronto, Ontario

Overview: Large area consisting of various retail vendors. Includes restaurants, a nightclub, fast food kiosks, a theatre and an outdoor stadium.
Problem: Meters are scattered throughout the park, wasting valuable time when meter readings are required.
Solution: TX2005
Benefits: Meters are located throughout the property but are  equipped with remote displays for convenient readings at a centralized location.

Distillery District

Toronto, Ontario

Overview: Pre-existing industrial plant designated as a
heritage site. The plant was converted to commercial space for shops and vendors. Consists of 15 buildings
Problem: Required office and tenant metering for cost analysis
Solution: M3 series and BTU meters for air conditioning
Benefits: Ability for energy cost allocation as well as cost analysis.
Property Management: Dundee Realty