EnerNOC signs 300 MW demand response deal with PPL

Boston, June 7, 2011 — Demand response provider EnerNOC entered into a contract with PPL Electric Utilities Corp., a unit of PPL Corp., to provide 300 MW of demand response capacity.

By drawing upon its DemandSMART network of commercial, institutional, and industrial customer sites throughout PPL Electric Utilities‘ service territory, EnerNOC will assist the utility in achieving the load reduction targets established by Pennsylvania Act 129. This contract is subject to the approval of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.

EnerNOC develops a customized energy reduction plan for each end-use customer site in its network and connects each site to its Network Operations Center, at no cost or risk to the participating customer.

When dispatched by its utility customers, like PPL, EnerNOC uses its comprehensive demand response application, DemandSMART, to manage each site in real time and ensure that its network achieves the targeted demand reduction.

Previous articleNCCC establishes new carbon capture test facility
Next articleEchelon expands smart grid operating system

No posts to display