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FAQ - Ontario Demand Response

EnerNOC helps hundreds of organizations across Ontario earn money, save on energy costs, and mitigate carbon emissions with demand response (DR).

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FAQ - Energy Brokers

Many organizations choose to work with brokers to buy energy under the assumption that the broker’s access to suppliers and market knowledge will get them the best price and terms on their supply contract. But how do you know that this is actually true? Here are 10 questions organizations should ask to determine if their brokers are really working for them.

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FAQ - ERM Business Energy

EnerNOC helps ERM customers manage demand and earn credit on their electricity bill.

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FAQ - Western Australia Demand Response

Businesses in Western Australia get paid to reduce energy use through demand response with EnerNOC.

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FAQ - AusNet Services

EnerNOC helps AusNet Services customers manage demand charges to lower their electricity bill.

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FAQ - ERCOT's Responsive Reserve Service Program

Businesses that are qualified to provide capacity as an ancillary service in the ERCOT market can earn considerable payments for their flexibility while protecting equipment from decaying grid frequencies.

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Energy Advisory Services

Structured procurement strategies and multiple-round bidding processes are not for every organization. But if energy costs are a material risk to your profitability, a comprehensive energy sourcing and risk management strategy can deliver a competitive edge.

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Energy Procurement Advisory

For over 20 years, EnerNOC’s people, process, and award-winning technology have helped thousands of national and international clients secure nearly $50 billion in power and natural gas.

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FAQ - New England Demand Response

New England businesses reduce energy spend and earn money with EnerNOC.

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FAQ - Pennsylvania Act 129 Demand Response

Beginning in summer 2017, business customers of Met-Ed, Penn Power and West Penn Power can participate in the Pennsylvania Act 129 Demand Response Program and earn additional revenue with EnerNOC.

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