Morgan Stanley chooses EnerNOC energy efficiency software

Boston, Mass., January 7, 2010 — Morgan Stanley purchased EnerNOC’s monitoring-based commissioning (MBCx) energy efficiency software application to drive persistent energy savings in its Manhattan headquarters.

MBCx collects and analyzes 5-minute interval data from 8,000 discreet points in Morgan Stanley’s New York facility to identify energy usage variances and inefficiencies.

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Prior to implementing EnerNOC’s MBCx software application, EnerNOC’s clients often conduct extensive traditional retro-commissioning projects to ensure their buildings run at optimal efficiency.

However, buildings have a tendency to “drift” as building management systems are manually over-ridden and occupancy usage changes. For Morgan Stanley, MBCx has identified over $100,000 worth of energy savings from operational energy efficiencies, such as refining automated schedules to better align with actual occupancy behavior.

In the past 12 months, several Fortune 500 companies have deployed EnerNOC’s MBCx platform. Other current customers include hospitals, data centers, commercial office properties, and universities.

EnerNOC, Inc. is a provider of clean and intelligent energy solutions, which include demand response services, energy efficiency, or monitoring-based commissioning services, energy procurement services, and emissions tracking and trading services.

 

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