Energy Metering Articles

  • Cultivating geothermal energy sources – Case Study

    Since the early twentieth century, geothermal energy has been used to produce electricity. In the 1980’s and 90’s, rapid expansion in the demand for geothermal energy put pressure on suppliers to reduce costs and increase efficiencies. Because of high temperatures and varying ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Cogeneration company`s steam solution - Case Study

    A large North American cogeneration company produces steam, electricity and other utility services for sale to customers. They required a mass flow meter to measure steam consumption for billing purposes and to enhance system diagnostics. The engineering team first considered a "traditional" volumetric vortex flow meter because of its inherent reliability, wide turndown and high accuracy ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • District heating reduces carbon footprint – Case Study

    District heating is a system for distributing heat generated from a centralized location for residential and commercial heating requirements. The heat is often obtained from a cogeneration plant that burns fossil fuels, but increasingly these plants are transitioning to biomass. According to recent research, district heating is one of the cheapest methods of reducing carbon on the planet and has ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • Ground Source Heat Pumps Rudges Hill Case Study

    Rudges Hill is a converted farm house in rural Oxfordshire undergoing renovation and extension. The owners were keen to reduce the future running costs of heating the house, producing hot water and heating the outdoor pool. Isoenergy installed a 34kW CTC ground source heat pump system with energy collected from 2,400 meters of horizontal collector ...


    By Isoenergy | ISO Energy Ltd.

  • Significant Energy Savings With Gasmet’s DX4040 – Harvard University Project Proved Gasmet’s Technology Can Cut Down Energy Use and Save Money

    Laboratories everywhere in the world tend to be big energy guzzlers. Hence hospitals, research organizations and universities use big bucks for electricity bills. Harvard University is no exception; its laboratories use five times more energy than any other building type in the university. In Cambridge, Massachusetts – home of Harvard’s main campus – laboratories are the ...


    By Gasmet Technologies Oy

  • Using ultrasonic heat meters - Case study

    Ultrasonic heat meters are compatible and regularly used in RHI supported commercial wood pellet heating systems that provide energy for heating and hot water. iCenta has supplied Gwres Glas, a Powys based company designing and installing renewable energy systems, with ultrasonic heat meters as part of its commercial ...


    By iCenta Controls Ltd

  • Energy Efficiency for Food & Beverage Distributors

    Unlocking Energy Savings for Daytona Florida Beer Distributor ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Simple, Valuable Solar Energy Monitoring with a Data Logger

    Accsense Electrocorder Kit for Solar Energy Audit As summer begins, photovoltaic, PV, panel installers and servicepersons can realize significant benefit from using solar energy monitoring to prove to clients that the promised savings are really delivered. Alternatively, if you’re the owner of one of these systems and you need to prove reduced draw from the grid to qualify for grants or for ...


    By CAS DataLoggers

  • Broad Gate DSR - E2 Services - Case Study

    Traditionally DSR has been out of reach for all but the largest users, unfairly penalising others. E2 & Northwood’s approach shows that this injustice can be corrected. All involved are benefitting from improved energy performance, whilst playing a part in helping to reduce grid demand and ultimately aiding UK energy supply security ...


    By Energy Live News Ltd.

  • STS supplies more RadEye simulators

    STS are supplying a further batch of it's unique simulation probes for the Thermo RadEye SX. The probes are built from scratch by STS taking the form of an enlarged AP2 style probe. The UK customer purchased 8 of these simulated probes 18 months ago and is now increasing their training fleet by a further 5 probes. ...

  • Be prepared for next Triad season

    The 2017/18 Triad season, when electricity transmission costs peak, came to an end on Friday 23rd March 2018 and  businesses can now prepare for next year in order to avoid higher electricity costs. Triads are the three half-hour periods between November and February where UK electricity demand is at its highest and ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • Auxiliary Service Units on Large Hydro Facilities - Case Study

    Ossberger Hydro also has technologies that are well adapted to implement on larger hydroelectric facilities to provide power for auxiliary services whether it is mechanical pumps for oil circulation on main turbine bearings, managing auxiliary electric loads, or even provide black start capability in case of emergencies. Project: LG-1 Client: Hydro Quebec Location:  James ...


    By OSSBERGER GmbH Co. KG

  • Hydro Plant Redevelopment - Case Study

    Many of our recent projects in the United States and Canada have been related to the redevelopment of abandoned structures or related to an existing plant upgrade. Shown below are a few project ...


    By OSSBERGER GmbH Co. KG

  • Linton Lock (UK) - Case Study

    At Linton Lock on the River Ouse between York and Harrogate (North Yorkshire) a LANDY hydropower screw is used to generate sustainable energy, in a fish-friendly way. The screw dimensions 3 meter diameter and 8.5 meter length. It concerns an open compact Archimedes screw, which requires minimal civil work on site. Location: Linton Lock, York, UK Type of screw: ...


    By Landustrie Sneek BV

  • Heudreville-sur-Eure (F) - Case Study

    Located in the French river "l'Eure"  two LANDY hydropower screw turbines are installed to generate sustainable energy using the actual head of 2 meter. Both screws dimension 3.8 meter diameter. Location: Heudreville-sur-Eure, France Type of screw: with casting mould Capacity: 2 x 7.45 m3/sec Head: 1.95 m Power output: 2 x 108 kW Year: ...


    By Landustrie Sneek BV

  • An integrated approach to energy metering

    Ultrasonic flowmeters are replacing their mechanical predecessors for better functionality and increased flexibility ...


    By Sierra Instruments, Inc.

  • How to reduce Triad energy charges

    The winter Triad season is, once again, upon us and affecting business electricity bills.  It is important for organisations to carefully manage electricity consumption through the Triad season, which can help to dramatically decrease electricity costs. What are 'Triads' and what is the 'Triad' season? ...


    By Inprova Energy

  • How to generate an accurate load profile for CHP

    If you fail to accurately work out your site's energy demands, you'll give rise to a cogeneration system that underwhelms when served up to your customer. That's why load profiling is the key ingredient in successfully specifying your cogeneration project and ensuring that you meet your clients' expectations. Generating an accurate ...


    By ENER-G

  • CHP Sizing: why Goldilocks style guesswork isn`t enough

    In storyworld, Goldilocks would stroll into the plant room and state "this CHP's too big", "this CHP's too small", "ahh ... this CHP is just right" – happy ever after. The end. But in the real word, the tricky issue of CHP sizing isn't quite so straightforward. This can be a tough lesson for some ...


    By ENER-G

  • DEXMA Partner Spotlight: Maetrics

    Welcome to the 2nd edition of DEXMA Partner Spotlight! This month we are highlighting Maetrics, an Italian ESCO delivering energy management and building automation solutions. We spoke with Managing Director Paolo Finotto who is based in Venice (ah, Venice!). Here are some of the best snippets of our conversation: First, congratulations on celebrating more than 2 years as part of the ...


    By Neve Envirronement

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