Dec. 30, 2014: EnerNOC Surpasses $1 Billion in Energy Efficiency Savings for Customers
Energy Intelligence Software Brings Greater Operational Efficiency and Productivity
BOSTON — EnerNOC Inc., a leading provider of energy intelligence software (EIS), announced that it has generated over $1 billion in customer savings since it was founded in 2001. EnerNOC celebrated the milestone at its headquarters at an event that included remarks from Massachusetts Gov. Deval L. Patrick.
“This accomplishment underscores EnerNOC’s position as a technology leader,” said Patrick. “EnerNOC’s mission to change the way the world uses energy has positively impacted thousands of organizations here in the United States, and a growing number of businesses globally now also benefit from energy intelligence software. It’s inspiring to see a business with roots in Massachusetts grow so quickly and achieve such success, and my administration has been proud to partner with EnerNOC on so many of its initiatives.”
“We’re focused on making energy intelligence software indispensable to organizations that care about managing costs — as essential to how they operate as enterprise resource planning or human capital management software is today,” said Tim Healy, chairman and CEO of EnerNOC. “For the past decade, EnerNOC has helped our customers achieve results through EIS in the form of greater operational efficiency and productivity.”
Some examples of customer success stories include:
• Beacon Capital, an EnerNOC customer since 2008, has “not only increased productivity but unearthed millions of dollars in savings thanks to making energy intelligence software a central component of how we evaluate both building and engineering team performance,” said Al Scaramelli, managing director at Beacon Capital.
• Great Lakes Cold Storage has generated over $250,000 in total savings in large part because of the visibility into its real-time energy data provided by EnerNOC’s software. By seeing its facilities’ overall energy consumption as well as the actual cost of discrete operational decisions, Great Lakes took measures that included smoothing out one facility’s load curve and reducing expensive peak demand charges.
• Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) has deployed EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software to monitor real-time energy consumption across more than 25 million square feet of property at state buildings. EnerNOC has helped state agencies identify $2.6 million in low and no cost operational savings since 2010.
• North Penn School District used its savings — over $800,000 in one year alone — to preserve academic programs and motivate employees and students to engage more actively in helping the school district become more mindful of its energy use.
“Making data-driven energy management an essential part of the way we operate has resulted in significant energy cost reductions,” said Thomas Schneider, energy manager, North Penn School District. “Thanks to EnerNOC, we’ve not only avoided harmful cuts to our school budgets and preserved valuable teaching positions, but also engaged our faculty and student body in our energy management efforts.”
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Publication date: 12/29/2014