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Boston Properties BXP

Boston Properties, a self-administered and self-managed real estate investment trust (REIT), is one of the largest owners, managers, and developers of first-class office properties in the United States. EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software plays a critical role in Boston Properties’ ability to control operational costs and achieve corporate sustainability goals across 102 properties located nationwide.

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Supply and Demand-side Energy Strategies

Organizations that earn revenue through demand response (DR) or save money through demand management use their operational flexibility as a competitive advantage. Maximizing the value of that operational flexibility, however, takes specialized expertise.

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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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Cork Internet eXchange

CIX is a 16,000 square foot facility with 1.8MVA of generative capacity. Since opening in 2008, CIX has grown to become the prime IP connectivity centre for the entire Munster region of Ireland.

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Glenwood Management

Glenwood Management, one of New York’s largest owners and builders of luxury rental apartments scales intelligent behind-the-meter storage systems across more than a dozen properties to optimize energy savings and benefits.

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Marcus Garvey Village Microgrid

EnerNOC’s solar + storage + fuel cell system is the first microgrid in New York City to provide peak load reduction, standalone backup power, and ensure solar PV self-consumption.

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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.

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