Second patent issued for EnerNOC’s technology-enabled demand response and energy management solutions

Boston, MA, Mar. 25, 2008 — EnerNOC Inc. announced that the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office issued Patent No. 7,333,880, entitled “Aggregation of Distributed Energy Resources,” to EnerNOC. The patent focuses on the complex aspects associated with the remote management and control of distributed energy resources, including monitoring, alarming, aggregation, cost allocation, data management and reporting. It is the company’s second patent.

EnerNOC delivers its technology-enabled demand response and energy management solutions from its Network Operations Center (NOC). From the NOC, EnerNOC monitors thousands of customer sites in near real-time and automatically responds to signals sent by grid operators and utilities to reliably deliver precise demand reductions in targeted geographic areas. The NOC automatically notifies commercial, institutional and industrial customers of demand response events and initiates processes to reduce electricity consumption from the electric power grid.

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