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AmCoBi was recently interviewed by Jessica Fiur, News Editor at Multi-Housing News MHN Online for an article titled “Increasing Revenue, Not Rents, With Utility Billing Systems.” Ms. Fiur discusses how billing residents for their share of the utilities can prevent rent increases and lower overall costs.

The two primary approaches for billing […]

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Heat metering may be the answer

The heating season is here and gas bills will spike sharply for owners whose properties use central heating systems, furnaces, and domestic hot water heaters. These heating systems can, however, be metered and residents billed for their portion of the gas bill. Owners and property managers who don’t know […]

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Sustainable Facility is the information source for sustainable facility management, high-performance buildings, and optimal energy and resource management in commercial, educational, governmental, institutional and industrial facilities and data centers. The online magazine recently featured AmCoBi’s article titled, “Is the Gas Bill Too High at Your Multifamily Property? Heat metering may be the […]

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AmCoBi was recently interviewed by Jeffrey Lee for an article titled “Sensible Submetering: Apartment providers find both financial and conservation benefits from charging utilities to residents”, that was recently published in the National Apartment Association’s Units Magazine, April 2010 issue. AmCoBi was a contributor to the section on “Data Mines.”

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