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Doral

Doral Pty Ltd, a mining and mineral processing company with mining operations in the mineral sands of Burekup, outside Bunbury, and processing facilities in Picton and East Rockingham, trades temporary shutdowns for $500,000 in annual payments.

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WA Bluemetal

WA Bluemetal’s demand response participation began in 2010, as a key element of its commitment to enhance the environment and support the community. The Company earns $17,000 annually for its participation. 

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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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BGC

Australian construction leader earns more than $400,000 annually from energy reductions at eight diverse manufacturing sites.

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EastLink

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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Spotlight: Energy Procurement

EnerNOC provides businesses with reliable energy procurement decision-making software and support including load and financial analyses, market trend monitoring, supplier negotiation, risk assessment, and strategic advice. This case study profiles three businesses that rely on EnerNOC to guide them through the complex competitive supply market to meet their individual procurement needs.

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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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EIS for Industrial Facilities

For industrial plants with multiple processes or production lines, energy-intensive assets, and production outputs, EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software (EIS) is a solution to manage operations costs by incorporating energy into production scheduling and plant operations decisions.

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公共水道事業局

1950年の創立以来、Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD)は農産業向けの小規模 な水道事業者から南カリフォルニアで最大の水道供給事業者のひとつとして成長を遂 げ、1440平方キロの地域に住む63万人以上の住民にサービスを提供しています。革新的 な公益事業体である同社は、水や水処理そしてその他のサービスを顧客に提供しており、 地域の住民はいつでも利用できる豊富かつ低価格な清浄水の供給に依存しています。

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