RMS attends 16th SAEEC annual conference

Remote Metering Solutions (RMS)  SAEEC Annual Conference
Remote Metering Solutions (RMS)  SAEEC Annual Conference

RMS attends 16th SAEEC annual conference

Remote Metering Solutions (RMS) recently exhibited at the 16th SAEEC Annual Conference.
The three-day virtual event, themed ‘Moving On – Resilience with Energy Efficiency’, provided a powerful platform for a host of local and international speakers to share their expertise and experiences.

But it was keynote speaker Professor Thuli Madonsela who stole the show with her profound address, and most certainly set the tone for an informative and inspirational conference.

Each session was followed by a panel discussion with time allowed for questions. Topics ranged from carbon and job security in the energy sector to the fourth industrial revolution (4IR) and energy performance certificates. 

Head of Sustainability Services at RMS, Frikkie Malan contributed to the panel discussing energy nexus links by focusing on sustainable energy and sharing energy efficiency case studies.

No doubt that while hosted online, the event more than lived up to expectations and was a resounding success. 

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About RMS

Established in 2005, Remote Metering Solutions (RMS) is the largest privately-owned South African utilities network manager. We serve more than 2 000 retail, office, and industrial properties as well as numerous local councils and municipalities. RMS removes the complexity of measuring and validating the consumption of electricity, water, or gas regardless of the metering point or device, geographic location, or time interval.

Through the RMS Sustainability Services division, the company can assist its customers to comply with the recently introduced Energy Performance Certification (EPC) standard. An EPC measures the energy performance of a building and gives a rating valid for five years.

RMS manages properties across South Africa and other SADC countries. To date, RMS has assisted its clients to recover more than R5-billion in utilities.