EnerNOC signs 40 MW demand response deal with Tucson Electric Power

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Boston, May 12, 2010 — Energy management firm EnerNOC, Inc. entered into a multi-year contract to provide Tucson Electric Power with up to 40 MW of demand response capacity.

The contract, which begins later this year, will use EnerNOC’s comprehensive demand response application, DemandSmart. This agreement is pending regulatory approval.

If the ACC approves the contract, EnerNOC will deploy DemandSmart to manage a network of commercial, institutional, and industrial facilities in TEP’s service territory.

When dispatched by TEP, EnerNOC will activate its network of customers to reduce electricity usage and will manage each site’s performance in real time from its Network Operations Center.

In return, customers will receive payments from EnerNOC, as well as access to DemandSmart, which provides real-time energy data and reporting functionality to maximize demand response event performance and identify additional energy savings opportunities.

EnerNOC provides demand response and energy efficiency applications throughout North America and in the United Kingdom in wholesale markets such as New England, New York, PJM Interconnection and Texas, as well as under bilateral agreements with utilities such as Idaho Power, Tennessee Valley Authority, Southern California Edison, Pacific Gas & Electric, Tampa Electric Company, Salt River Project, Public Service Company of New Mexico and Xcel Energy.

Tucson Electric Power provides safe, reliable power to more than 400,000 customers in southern Arizona.

 

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