Estimate based on demand response payments earned for EnerNOC’s C&I customers since 2007 as a portion of previously reported cost of revenues, savings generated from other energy management applications and competitive supply bids, and utility incentives captured on behalf of customers. Dollars saved estimate accumulates at a projected rate of future payments/savings.
Estimate based on historical growth of EnerNOC's megawatts under management, contracted megawatt commitments, and projected rate of future increase.
Estimate based on historical energy spend of EnerNOC's customers and projected rate of future spending.
Estimate based on historical growth of C&I demand response provider sites and projected rate of future increase.
Estimate based on historical data streaming from EnerNOC customer sites and projected rate of future data streaming.
Estimate based on historical energy savings of EnerNOC's customers and projected rate of future savings.
Estimate based on historical measured peak demand of C&I demand response providers and projected rate of future portfolio peak demand.
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