April 2014 – NRGi mentioned in the environmental business magazine WME
“As energy prices and carbon concerns rise, so do energy efficiency technologies. Here is a snapshot of some of the most promising opportunities.
There is plenty happening in energy monitoring, but one play that caught WME’s eye was the launch of NRGi at the All-Energy Australia exhibition last year. Ecocentric Energy unveiled the energy assessment device, which it modestly promises will “revolutionise the energy audit sector”.
It provides accurate, real-time data collected over 7-10 days and can identify specific equipment, processes, areas of a building or site where energy consumption is excessive. Unlike data loggers, it doesn’t have to be relocated to monitor different areas or equipment.
A dashboard allows viewing during the assessment period via an online portal. At the end of the assessment an easy-to-read report is produced, including clear action points with guaranteed savings and clear return on investment timeframes.”
Read the article in situ here