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Event keeps meters smart

01 February 2012

Energy Services and Technology Association (ESTA) is holding the 10th annual AM&T conference and exhibition at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry on Thursday 23 February 2012.

Using accurate and timely metered data is essential to identifying and eliminating energy waste. Automatic Monitoring and Targeting (AM&T) is the technology that incorporates Smart Meters and automatically delivers management information to those who can take action.

This event is intended to help people identify sources of energy waste, accurately report of energy and carbon use, and check bills, correct them and claim refunds. It will also demonstrate how to comply with legislation such as Building Regulations, reporting carbon footprint for CRCEES, and automatically produce your Display Energy Certificates.

The aM&T Conference covers the roll out of smart meters, how the benefits of Smart Metering can be achieved using aM&T, and the current and future markets for metering. Alongside will be the exhibition with Hosted Energy Clinics covering specific technologies and techniques, and new product, system and services launches

The event is aimed at anyone involved with managing energy use, designing buildings for low energy use and purchasing energy and related products and services.

There is no charge for two delegates attending from an organisation.


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