What is the FAIR Meter? - Fair Meter
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What is the FAIR Meter?

FAIR METERs are electronic smart meters for measuring gas or electricity consumption. FAIR METERs address all major issues that the electronics industry is facing today – energy intensity, labour conditions, use of critical, conflict or toxic materials, material scarcity and e-waste. FAIR METERs revolutionise sustainability practices within the electronics industry.


We strive to implement transparency throughout our supply chains. We wish to develop higher standards in the industry, lower our exposure to risks in volatile material markets globally and create a better world, where there is little space for exploitation of resources and people. By collecting data and implementing improvements we will develop a “Transparency Tool”. The tool will be an application teaching, educating and raising awareness of these issues and the responsibilities to communities, consumers, industries and general public.


CO2 Neutrality

We are committed to full energy and CO2 neutral meter chain, with a minimal amount of CO2 compensation.


We are committed to entirely circular meters.

No Conflict Metals or Raw Materials

We are committed to producing without the use of conflict metals or raw materials.

Good Working Conditions

We are committed to having all chain parties ensure responsible working conditions for their employees.


We are committed to making the status quo (transparency throughout value chain and fair performance) entirely clear, for each component at all times.

Energy Neutrality

We are committed to keeping the fair meter energy neutral in use.

No Hazardous Substances

We are committed to omit hazardous substances in the meter.

Opt-in for Extra Services

We are committed to making all extra services on the meter opt-in for the end user.

Mojca Markizeti, Iskraemeco

Mojca is working for one of the leading smart metering solution providers, Iskraemeco, as Fair Meter Project Manager. In this role she is responsible for the implementation of sustainability, circularity and »fair trade« principles on the product and company level. She joined Iskraemeco in 2015, previously working for the Human Rights Ombudsman (2002 – 2008), IEDC-Bled School of Management (2008 – 2015) and UN Global Compact Slovenia (2012 – 2015). Her past experience allow her to align her management education background with her activism. Mojca’s passions include social management, sustainable development, open source innovation (in SD), ethics and integrity, education, human rights, active citizenship and related topics. She is guided by curiosity through which she is gaining a deep understanding of what is needed for a better world. She has worked on several voluntary projects and managed to position herself professionally in challenging environments that have potential to bring progress to society at large.