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  • EnerNOC

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. 

  • EnerNOC

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.

  • EnerNOC

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.

  • EnerNOC

Lodge Cast Iron

Developing a data-driven approach to energy management through our software, the iconic cookware brand brings in $130,000 in annual DR payments and has identified over $2 million in energy savings.

  • EnerNOC

U.S. Silica

Industrial mineral supplier protects its community without affecting its mining and processing operation by participating in demand response with EnerNOC.

  • EnerNOC

Vapor Technologies, Inc.

Vapor Technologies, Inc. is a leader in the science, development, production, and application of Physical Vapor Deposition (PVD) equipment. In 2009, the company implemented demand response (DR) with EnerNOC, intrigued by the opportunity to earn payments by making temporary adjustments to its manufacturing operation. Now Vapor Tech shuts down selected elements of its operations during DR dispatches, reducing its energy use by more than 200 kilowatts (kW). 

  • EnerNOC

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. 

  • EnerNOC

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.

  • EnerNOC

Algoma Orchards

Algoma Orchards, a family-owned commercial orchard in the Durham Region of Ontario, earns payments while supporting its community and province.

  • EnerNOC

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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