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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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Eastern Municipal Water District

Since its formation in 1950, Eastern Municipal Water District (EMWD) has transformed from a small water agency serving the agricultural industry to one of the largest water providers in southern California—serving a population of more than 630,000 in a 555 square-mile area. The agency is also a major consumer of electricity, which costs it more than $10 million a year. To offset some of those costs, EMWD uses EnerNOC to maximize its demand response payments.

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Ybor City District Cooling

Ybor City District Cooling cools more than 35 buildings in Tampa, Florida’s historic Ybor City area. In 2008, plant owners enrolled in a demand response (DR) program offered by EnerNOC and its local energy provider, Tampa Electric Company (TECO), earning the company approximately $10,000 annually.

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Southern California Edison Company

The largest electric utility in California relies on our software to provide 110MW of reliable demand response capacity.

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Tampa Electric Company

To meet increasing system demand, higher costs, and the need for an environmentally responsible way of managing peak demand, Tampa Electric has relied on our demand response capabilities since 2006.

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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 EnerNOC to help secure the best possible energy contracts.

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Midwest Energy

Our turnkey demand response program lets the utility relieve the dual pressures of increased demand and limited options for cost-effectively increasing supply.

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PJM Economic Demand Response

Learn how mid-Atlantic businesses can earn additional revenue by responding to price signals in the energy markets.

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NYC-Energy Storage Opportunities

New York City is one of the most energy-intensive urban environments in the world, approaching 14 GW of demand. As an alternative to building out traditional grid infrastructure, Con Edison and other utilities are looking at microgrids to cover peak loading (and improve load factor), optimize delivery systems, and make the grid more efficient and reliable.