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Blommer Chocolate Company

In 2011, Blommer initiated an energy conservation program to reduce waste throughout manufacturing operations. Our software formed the program's backbone, lowering costs and improving productivity.

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EastLink manages one of the largest tolled roadways in the State of Victoria, Australia. The fully electronic tollway links major roadways from east to south-east of Melbourne. Like many enterprises, EastLink was exploring ways to reduce energy costs and reduce the environmental impact from energy use at its energy intensive EastLink Operations Centre.

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New Zealand Businesses

Demand response (DR) in New Zealand enables local organisations to earn money by helping the grid manage spikes in demand and keep electricity prices low.

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Western Australian Businesses

Western Australian Businesses Rely on EnerNOC for Mission-Critical Operations

In Western Australia, EnerNOC has partnered with numerous businesses that use on-site generation to participate in demand response, improving the reliability of their generators, affording them annual payments, maintaining business continuity, and helping them stay one step ahead of grid instability– strengthening mission-critical operations overall.

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Customer Spotlight: City of Canning

Demand response (DR) is an energy management mechanism that has proven to be a great fit across various industries and facility types. We talked to Nick Wilkinson, Manager of Leisure Facilities at the City of Canning, about how this local government in Western Australia participates in DR.

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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium in New South Wales, Australia, is one of the largest aquariums in the world. Home to over 13,000 marine animals from 700 different species, the building consists of 14 themed zones and invites guests to walk ‘underwater’ through 100 meters of glass viewing tunnels. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is widely regarded as a must-see attraction when visiting Sydney.

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Balco Australia

Balco Australia is a leading processor and exporter of highgrade oaten and cereal hay, and has been participating in demand response (DR) in Western Australia (WA) since 2012. We chatted with WA Manager, Garry Pattinson, about their experience so far.

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Bendigo Bank

With more than 150 years of experience in the banking and finance industry, Bendigo Bank is a proud Australian-owned, ASX-listed company. Bendigo now serves 1.6 million customers in more than 600 communities across Australia. With a strong community history, Bendigo Bank prides itself on empowering Australians and contributing to a sustainable future.