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Roadmap to Industrial Energy Intelligence

The energy intelligence assessment is EnerNOC’s survey of your organization’s approach to energy management. The assessment identifies areas of strength and opportunities for improvement as well as the potential value that may be available through improved energy intelligence. It is the first step of three simple steps to participate in the energy intelligence revolution. It is championed by a sponsor in your organization and authorized by memorandum and email from the responsible executive who has the appropriate span of control in the organization.

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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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SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium

SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium in New South Wales, Australia, is one of the largest aquariums in the world. Home to over 13,000 marine animals from 700 different species, the building consists of 14 themed zones and invites guests to walk ‘underwater’ through 100 meters of glass viewing tunnels. SEA LIFE Sydney Aquarium is widely regarded as a must-see attraction when visiting Sydney.

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Balco Australia

Balco Australia is a leading processor and exporter of highgrade oaten and cereal hay, and has been participating in demand response (DR) in Western Australia (WA) since 2012. We chatted with WA Manager, Garry Pattinson, about their experience so far.

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Bendigo Bank

With more than 150 years of experience in the banking and finance industry, Bendigo Bank is a proud Australian-owned, ASX-listed company. Bendigo now serves 1.6 million customers in more than 600 communities across Australia. With a strong community history, Bendigo Bank prides itself on empowering Australians and contributing to a sustainable future.

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Energy Procurement Partner

Help your commercial customers get the best possible price for energy by becoming an EnerNOC procurement partner. Your customers will get access to our energy procurement platform, including our reverse auction technology, and expert guidance on how to secure the right contract for their business.

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FAQ - Energy Consortium

Too many organizations that handle their energy procurement through a consortium falsely assume that by aggregating their load, the buying group has the leverage to get them the best price for energy. Here are 7 questions consortium members should ask to ensure they are getting the best available price.

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FAQ - Brooklyn Queens DM

There’s an exciting new opportunity for your business to earn revenue while contributing to New York’s efforts at alleviating stress on an aging electric grid. In the aftermath of 2013’s Hurricane Sandy, state leaders committed to making a cleaner, more diverse, and more reliant energy system. 

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FAQ - UK Capacity Market

EnerNOC makes participation in Demand Side Response (DSR) easy. Your Organisation can earn revenue by temporarily reducing your electricity consumption. 

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FAQ - Northern California Businesses

Since 2007, EnerNOC’s has a proven track record of enabling hundreds of organizations throughout Northern California to earn money, save on energy costs, and mitigate carbon emissions with demand response (DR).

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