Tenancy Metering is typically used to read utility meters in areas supplied and billed under one main incoming meter, also known as base building metering.
For example, in a high-rise residential building the main supply might feed 250 units. The Body Corporate may use a tenancy meter in each unit to calculate individual unit consumption and then issue a utility bill to the unit to recover the cost of the energy used from the main supply.
Tenancy Metering is typically used in the following instances:
- high-rise residential towers
- commercial complexes
- shopping centres
- schools, TAFE and university sites
- managed communities, such as aged care and retirement villages
- government owned facilities.
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