Cut Energy Use 5% to 30% With Submeters Plus Controls

Jan. 6, 2014
Submetering helps commercial and industrial companies understand where they’re using the most energy and gives them critical information. Combined with controls, this can cut energy use by up to 30%. In this podcast interview, Mark Straton, senior vice president for GridPoint, outlines this and other benefits of submetering. The company provides energy management solutions for leading enterprises and government […]
Submetering helps commercial and industrial companies understand where they’re using the most energy and gives them critical information. Combined with controls, this can cut energy use by up to 30%. In this podcast interview, Mark Straton, senior vice president for GridPoint, outlines this and other benefits of submetering. The company provides energy management solutions for leading enterprises and government agencies, including seven of the top 10 retailers nationwide and seven of the top 20 quick serve restaurants, plus the U.S Postal Service.
About the Author

Lisa Cohn | Contributing Editor

I focus on the West Coast and Midwest. Email me at [email protected]

I’ve been writing about energy for more than 20 years, and my stories have appeared in EnergyBiz, SNL Financial, Mother Earth News, Natural Home Magazine, Horizon Air Magazine, Oregon Business, Open Spaces, the Portland Tribune, The Oregonian, Renewable Energy World, Windpower Monthly and other publications. I’m also a former stringer for the Platts/McGraw-Hill energy publications. I began my career covering energy and environment for The Cape Cod Times, where Elisa Wood also was a reporter. I’ve received numerous writing awards from national, regional and local organizations, including Pacific Northwest Writers Association, Willamette Writers, Associated Oregon Industries, and the Voice of Youth Advocates. I first became interested in energy as a student at Wesleyan University, Middletown, Connecticut, where I helped design and build a solar house.

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