EnerNOC extends 50 MW demand response contract with Salt River Project

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Boston, April 4, 2012 — EnerNOC, Inc., provider of demand response applications and services, extended its contract to implement a demand response program for Salt River Project through 2015.

Under its existing contract with the Phoenix-based public power utility, EnerNOC manages a network of commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities that agree to reduce electricity usage during peak periods through EnerNOC‘s DemandSMART demand response application in exchange for year-round payments.

This three-year extension of the SRP PowerPartner program continues that service agreement, which was originally executed in 2009, and will continue to help Salt River Project provide reliable and affordable electricity in Arizona.

To date, EnerNOC has enabled a broad variety of businesses to participate in demand response in SRP’s service territory, including commercial property, data centers, hospitals, and manufacturing sites.

EnerNOC operates demand response programs in deregulated markets throughout the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and New Zealand and implements exclusive demand response programs with utilities such as the Tennessee Valley Authority, Tucson Electric Power, Idaho Power, Public Service Co. of New Mexico and Xcel Energy.

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  • The Clarion Energy Content Team is made up of editors from various publications, including POWERGRID International, Power Engineering, Renewable Energy World, Hydro Review, Smart Energy International, and Power Engineering International. Contact the content lead for this publication at Jennifer.Runyon@ClarionEvents.com.

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