4M gas meter barrier to be installed on New Jersey highways
4M has announced it will install a digital gas meter on every gas station in New Jersey.
The company said in a statement that the meters will be placed on all the gas stations in the state, including those owned by the state government.
The state Department of Transportation, which is charged with developing and implementing the state’s energy-efficiency program, said the move will save consumers $5.9 billion over the next five years.
The meter, which will have a “digital display,” will be installed at each gas station and in the vehicle.
It will allow consumers to know how much gas is available.
4M’s purchase of the gas meter system will also enable the company to expand the use of its Smart Meters and provide customers with additional options.
It said the gas meters will reduce emissions by as much as 30 percent compared with the current system.
The gas meter will be located in every single gas station on New York’s Long Island.
Gas station owners in New York state will be notified in early February when the new gas meters are installed.
New Jersey’s Department of Environmental Protection, which manages the state gas meter program, announced in February that it would begin installing the digital meters in New Brunswick, Delaware, Maryland, Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Virginia.
4C Technologies, a maker of digital energy meters, said in an e-mailed statement that it has purchased the gas station equipment and plans to install it in the coming weeks.
4D Energy Systems, which makes the gas-meter equipment, said it has begun installing the meters at two of its outlets in New Castle County, N.C.