EnerNOC signs demand response contract with FirstEnergy

EnerNOC, a provider of energy intelligence software and demand response solutions, announced today that it has signed a four year, multi-million dollar demand response contract with FirstEnergy.

Under the terms of the contract, EnerNOC will deliver demand response resources to three of FirstEnergy‘s Pennsylvania utilities, helping the company cost-effectively meet its demand reduction targets mandated by Pennsylvania Act 129.

“EnerNOC’s demand response solutions continue to be one of the most cost-effective resources utilities have at their disposal to improve the overall efficiency and reliability of the grid,” said Tim Healy, Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC.  “We’re excited to extend our relationship with FirstEnergy, and together, put money back into the local economy.”

EnerNOC’s demand response programs pay commercial and industrial energy users to reduce energy consumption during times of peak demand. EnerNOC’s software helps companies maximize their demand response payments by providing real-time visibility into performance during demand response dispatches, while also giving utilities a real-time view into how both individual demand response assets and the portfolio as a whole are performing.

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