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Energy intelligence software (EIS) has direct bottom-line impact—but more often than not, finding the necessary funding to green light it is all too difficult. If you’re looking for ways to fund your organization’s EIS investment, consider these three options.

Demand response programs pay businesses to switch to on-site generation when the electrical grid experiences spikes in demand or shortages of supply.

Use EnerNOC’s ENERGY STAR Data Manager to centralize and oversee your portfolio’s ENERGY STAR tracking, updating, and reporting.

EnerNOC's software and services assist organizations reach its operational goals through smarter energy management and achieve LEED certification.

EnerNOC is the global leader in non-residential demand response providing utilities, system operators, and retailers a diverse range of capacity, economic, and ancillary services resources.

Utilities across North America use EnerNOC’s procurement platform to get the best price for their wholesale market transactions. Our real-time online auction platform provides bidders with live feedback, driving intense competition, and delivering the best available market price.

Automated demand response, or Auto-DR, is a platform and program that is used by California’s Investor Owned Utilities (IOUs) to automate energy curtailment processes at select facilities participating in demand response. 

New England businesses reduce energy spend and earn money with EnerNOC.

Energy is a major operating expense for most organizations. EIS can help you take better control of energy costs to improve bottom-line results, manage risk, and solve your sustainability and compliance challenges.

EnerNOC helps hundreds of organizations across Ontario earn money, save on energy costs, and mitigate carbon emissions with demand response (DR).