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FAQ - New England Demand Response

New England businesses reduce energy spend and earn money with Enel X.

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Keene State College

Energy Services Coordinator Diana Duffy relies on energy intelligence software to manage risk, keep costs low, and inform major infrastructural decisions at Keene State College.

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Signature Breads

Director of Supply Chain Operations Kevin Helman and his team at Signature Breads use energy intelligence software to cut energy costs and earn B Corp certification.

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Four Seasons Produce

Director of Facilities and Energy at Four Seasons Produce, Randy Groff, leans on energy intelligence software for both cost savings and energy procurement opportunities.

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Roadmap to Industrial Energy Intelligence

The energy intelligence assessment is Enel X’s survey of your organization’s approach to energy management. The assessment identifies areas of strength and opportunities for improvement as well as the potential value that may be available through improved energy intelligence. It is the first step of three simple steps to participate in the energy intelligence revolution. It is championed by a sponsor in your organization and authorized by memorandum and email from the responsible executive who has the appropriate span of control in the organization.

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FAQ - ERM Business Energy

Enel X helps ERM customers manage demand and earn credit on their electricity bill.

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FAQ - Western Australia Demand Response

Businesses in Western Australia get paid to reduce energy use through demand response with Enel X.

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FAQ - AusNet Services

Enel X helps AusNet Services customers manage demand charges to lower their electricity bill.

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FAQ - Energy Consortium

Too many organizations that handle their energy procurement through a consortium falsely assume that by aggregating their load, the buying group has the leverage to get them the best price for energy. Here are 7 questions consortium members should ask to ensure they are getting the best available price.

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FAQ - Brooklyn Queens DM

There’s an exciting new opportunity for your business to earn revenue while contributing to New York’s efforts at alleviating stress on an aging electric grid. In the aftermath of 2013’s Hurricane Sandy, state leaders committed to making a cleaner, more diverse, and more reliant energy system. 

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