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ORBIS Corporation

ORBIS Corporation strives to make a positive difference in communities in which it operates and it is committed to improving the environment. In 2010, ORBIS launched its first Annual Sustainability Report to ensure they provide solutions that both create economic value and are as friendly to the environment as possible.

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Suzuki Garphyttan

This leading supplier of spring wire products grew tired of seeing higher-than-expected charges on their utility bills month after month. We gave them the tools to see costs as they were accruing. 

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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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Defense Contractor

This defense contractor manufactures some of the most sophisticated products in the world, from vehicles to body armor to computer systems. Its operations are energy intensive and highly sensitive. Plant temperatures need to be constantly controlled, for both employees on the floor and some of its products. The Company is serious about energy management activities as a tool for driving savings, but it must not impact the quality of production processes or outputs.

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EastLink

EastLink manages one of the largest tolled roadways in the State of Victoria, Australia. The fully electronic tollway links major roadways from east to south-east of Melbourne. Like many enterprises, EastLink was exploring ways to reduce energy costs and reduce the environmental impact from energy use at its energy intensive EastLink Operations Centre.

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Hughes

Part of the EchoStar family—the world’s leading provider of satellite broadband for home and office—Hughes stakeholders use our software to get the visibility they need to drive operational performance and streamline internal reporting.

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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 EnerNOC's energy intelligence software.

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California Higher Education

20 campuses of the California State University and University of California systems rely on our professional services and technology to save over 40M kWh annually. 

 
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Washington Real Estate Investment Trust

Washington Real Estate Investment Trust, a publicly traded real estate investment trust (REIT) with a portfolio of more than 50 assets and properties totaling over 7 million square feet, partners with EnerNOC for strategic energy procurement, energy intelligence software, and demand response.

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Customer Spotlight: City of Canning

Demand response (DR) is an energy management mechanism that has proven to be a great fit across various industries and facility types. We talked to Nick Wilkinson, Manager of Leisure Facilities at the City of Canning, about how this local government in Western Australia participates in DR.

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