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Dean Foods

Dean Foods Company is one of the largest food and beverage companies in the US. Dean Foods is committed to reducing its environmental impact and lowering operating costs, pledging to decrease energy use by 20% and reducing water use by 35% by 2020. EnerNOC has helped the company identify over 5 million kWh and over 140,000 therms in potential energy savings, in addition to securing over $500,000 in incentives.

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Four Seasons Produce

EnerNOC's energy intelligence software helps Four Season,  one of the largest independent produce wholesalers in the United States, reduce energy use and generate money, without affecting business.

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Great Lakes Cold Storage

The refrigerated distribution company cuts demand charges and reduces annual energy spend by 40% at one of their key facilities using our software.

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Guadalupe Cooling

Guadalupe Cooling.  a leading produce pre-cooling company that cools, processes, and ships a wide range of vegetables and fruit, uses EnerNOC and Powerit Solutions to participate in PG&E's demand response program, earning the company $35,000 in annual payments.

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Supermarket Chain

This leading Mid-Atlantic supermarket chain uses our software to find crucial savings that pad their thin margins.

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VersaCold

VersaCold, a world leader in temperature-sensitive food handling, with an extensive network of 120 temperature-controlled warehouses and distribution centers, participates in demand response to generate a new payment stream and provide a valuable resource to the communities it operates in.

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West Hills Farm Services

Brad Gleason and his business partner, Gregorio Jacobo, manage about 7,000 acres of pistachio and almond orchards through their company, West Hills Farm Services. For them, the old adage is wrong: money does grow on trees, which is why they carefully monitor the productivity of the trees and closely manage expenses. Demand response with EnerNOC 

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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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