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College of the Sequoias

Innovative community college reduces energy use by participating in EnerNOC demand response, which helps protect California’s natural beauty, alleviate the need to build new coal-burning peaking power plants, and prevent blackouts and brownouts.

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Grand Prairie School District

Grand Prairie ensures its 4.5M square feet of building space run efficiently for all 26,000 students through our software. 

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Tennessee School Districts

Knox County Schools, Williamson County Schools, and other districts benefit from EnerNOC payments—plus new energy efficiency savings.

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Lockport Township High School

Lockport Township High School adds EnerNOC demand response to its extensive energy reduction program, earning the school approximately $19,000 in payments and helping to drive additional sustainability programs. 

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Memphis City Schools

With over 209 schools, Memphis City Schools (MCS) is the 23rd largest district in the nation. When decreased funding led to budget cuts, MCS needed to find a way to decrease their operating expenses. EnerNOC software helps by finding $180,000 in annual savings. 

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North Penn School District

North Penn School District, which is served by three different utilities, all of which have different reporting capabilities, uses EnerNOC to maximize DR payments and gain new insight into operations. 

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Wicomico County Public Schools

With 2.2M square feet of school space to manage, the district uses our software to identify millions in savings, drive community engagement, and improve student experience.

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Aquarium of the Pacific

The Aquarium of the Pacific ensures the comfort of visitors and sea creatures alike while reducing energy use. The program meets two primary concerns of aquarium management—ensuring the safety of its sea creatures and the comfort of its many visitors. During DR dispatches, the aquarium reduces energy use by temporarily turning off pumps, air recirculation fans, and lights.

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FAQ - California AutoDR

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. 

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City of Philadelphia

Energy Manager Kristin Sullivan explains the financial opportunity in enrolling in a demand response program with EnerNOC.

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