This month, Wyse joined the QUARTER MILLION CLUB, marking the connection of our 250,000th meter point in buildings from coast-to-coast.
We’ve always been a bit ahead of our time. For 40 years, submetering has been an important tool for Canadian developers and owners to achieve their triple-bottom-line objectives of economic stability,
When you pair the rising cost of utilities with a historical disconnect between resident usage of electricity, water, gas and thermal and the costs they incur, submetering is quickly becoming a Proper
hough still in the middle of the COVID-19 pandemic, we are already beginning to reflect back. What worked. What didn’t. How we can prepare ourselves better for the future.
As Canada attempts to establish a new normal, utility billing providers who hope to be prepared for the next challenge need to consider these must-have digital solutions that have proven so effective
Beyond bylaws, ensuring your building is EV-ready is essential to meeting the future needs of residents. Your residents want a plug-and-charge solution as seamless as it is efficient.
Water accounts for up to 90% of a bulk bill for landlords on non-metered suites. Submetering utilities like water offers a streamlined and equitable way to mitigate these costs.
Water accounts for up to 90% of a bulk bill for landlords on non-metered suites. Submetering utilities like water offers a streamlined and effective way to mitigate these costs.
At Wyse, giving back to the communities we live and work in has been at the forefront of our values. COVID-19 has had a large impact on the issue of homelessness, and local need is higher than ever.
Whether you are designing a new build or looking to retrofit your existing building with BTU meters, it is in the best interest of any landlord or building owner to meter multiple utilities.
From Electrical to Water and even Thermal (BTU) metering options, modern technology is rapidly advancing to provide compact, non-invasive and reliable solutions for both new builds and retrofit projec
Due to rapidly increasing utility costs, submetering is becoming the go-to strategy for relief from rising operating costs and low cap acquisitions in a rent controlled Canadian market.
New construction projects provide an invaluable opportunity to minimize a property’s carbon footprint and maximize its net operating income through submetering of all utilities.