"The University of Edinburgh has invested heavily in metering infrastructure over the past five years. However, recent requirements for the display of real time energy consumption on plasma screens in our many diverse buildings proved to be a difficult task using our existing systems. I was introduced to METERology who worked very closely with us to deliver exactly what we were looking for whilst using our existing infrastructure. This proved to be a relatively low cost solution to our problem with minimal disruption to existing systems and users.
METERology have developed real time displays which can be integrated into our University OneLan display systems, providing end users with daily and yearly energy profiles together with associated costs. The web based application also allows interested users to monitor and interrogate their own building's consumption in more detail if required. I personally believe that these displays could be one of the biggest drivers in engaging building occupants to actively control their energy consumption.
METERology have frequently impressed us by their ability to react quickly to any issues that have arisen throughout the project, adapting the system promptly when required. The pilot phase has proved to be extremely successful and we are currently rolling out plasma displays in our major buildings."