Utility & Submetering Services
Millennium Energy Consultants has installed a variety of smart metering devices in commercial and federally owned and operated properties in support of Demand Response initiatives, tenant sub-metering, critical building loads monitoring, power quality analysis, temporary metering , M&V, Sequence of Events reporting, enterprise level asset management, and energy policy compliance. The experience of our staff and ownership has shown that simplicity, flexibility, and affordability are the cornerstones of success in the building metering systems industry. Millennium Energy Consultants is dedicated to delivering cutting edge solutions for metering and building automation to optimize energy and equipment usage and increase tenant comfort in a facility. As we are not big advocates of the “one and done” installation approach, we make it a general practice to provide Energy Information Management (EIM) asset management maintenance and repair services on most system installations.
Millennium Energy Consultants has intimate installation knowledge of a wide variety of metering devices and possess the engineering technical capability to integrate meter data into energy reporting dashboards, enterprise-level energy information dashboard software applications or brand name Building Automation Systems which allow the owner, operator, O&M contractor or retail energy brokers to properly assess the data collected and analyze or benchmark for the following from anywhere in the world:
Utility and Tenant Sub-Metering Installation Services
Sequence of Events Recording (SER) for Critical Facilities
Sequence of Events Recording (SER) systems are an essential part of Electrical Power Monitoring Systems (EPMS) for “critical power” applications, such as data centers, hospitals, and micro-grids. Unlike the simpler radial systems found in commercial buildings, these complex power networks are characterized by multiple power sources and parallel paths to serve loads. A single disturbance can initiate a series of events in rapid succession. Sequence of Events Recording systems answer the questions “what happened and when?”  Without the ability to reconstruct an incident in the proper sequence, root-cause analysis is impossible. Sometimes the information provides critical details about an outage, but it can also warn in advance about conditions of increased risk and prevent an outage. Because power system events can occur within milliseconds, a time accuracy of 1ms is the generally-accepted standard for sequence of events recording. To learn more about SER's for your facility or power monitoring system design or project, please contact us.