Wireless Meter Reading

Wild Energy's marine metering system introduces a seamless wireless connection, bridging the gap between you and your marina's utility pedestals. Swiftly collecting water and electric meter readings, can now be effortlessly achieved from any computer or device.

We are the most cost-effective solution for the marine industry.

Our Features

  • Electricity Monitoring

    Our software streamlines the billing and power consumption monitoring process. The reliability and accuracy of Wild Energy's transponders make customer billing a seamless and efficient task. With the capability to directly export meter data to your billing software and PMS.

  • Water Monitoring

    Effortlessly monitor water consumption at each slip by installing Wild Energy's software with your new or existing utility meter.

  • Consumer Portal

    Our software provides real-time monitoring, and stores the data in our consumer portal for easy access and billing.

Blog Posts

  • Are Modern Campers Ready to Embrace Electric Billing?

    With technology now existing to automate meter reading parks can charge every guest for exactly what they used. At Wild Energy we like to refer to this as Fair for All instead of being free and unregulated. With that in mind I wanted to hear from campers about what they thought about billing for electricity.

  • Make Electric Sub-metering a Competitive Differentiator For Your RV Park

    Many RV parks maintain a 'No EV' policy due to concerns about power consumption. However, what if you were the only park in your area to embrace EVs and ERVs? By allowing them and providing electric vehicle charging infrastructure at each pedestal, you can proactively market this as a unique offering. This would not only attract more environmentally conscious campers but also set you apart from your competition.
  • Disconnecting Meters: Is There a Good Use Case?

    In years past, we’ll admit that we often recommended disconnecting meters to customers. After all, it seemed a great option.  When the site was vacant, you could turn off the power.  Mr. Johnson in the site next door couldn’t run his extension cord over to the empty site. However, after talking to customers and through real world data analysis, the team at Wild Energy has come to the realization that disconnecting meters may not be the right solution in 99% of cases.