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Associated Wholesale Grocers

Associated Wholesale Grocers, which uses more than 1 million kilowatt hours per month, adjusts its refrigerated storage to reduce energy use and earn money for co-op members.

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Honey Farms

Energy costs really add up when you offer 24/7 retail service at multiple locations. For Honey Farms, a convenience store operation in Massachusetts and New Hampshire, the price of energy can make or break the bottom line, which is why the company turned to Enel X to help secure the best possible energy contracts.

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Kell West Regional Hospital

Kell West Regional Hospital receives payments for demand response — and reduces its energy bills by more than 30 percent — with Enel X's energy intelligence software.

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Western Australian Businesses

Western Australian Businesses Rely on Enel X for Mission-Critical Operations

In Western Australia, Enel X 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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Allergan

Director of Global Engineering Tom Pagliuco uses energy intelligence software to ensure operating expense isn’t wasted throughout Allergan’s global operations.

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Northwest Community Hospital

The hospital leverages our software to ensure energy efficiency and demand management programs that benefit the community and the bottom line, while keeping patients secure.

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EIS Conditioned Video

See how EIS helps conditioned space facilities with visibility, compliance, and budgeting and reporting.

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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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Energy Strategies for Medical Facilities

Hospitals and medical centers are the second most energy-intensive facility type in the US, and nearly 25% of a typical medical facility’s operating cost is energy-related. With operating margins frequently below 3%, energy cost management is tantamount to profitability.