BOSTON and RICHARDSON, Texas — EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy intelligence software (EIS), and EnTouch Controls have announced a strategic partnership to deliver the benefits of EIS to businesses that have large numbers of small footprint outlets, such as those in the national retail and food service industries. The combined offering, which has already been deployed as part of EnerNOC’s contract with Consumers Energy, pairs in-store controls with cloud-based analytics capabilities to deliver greater visibility into energy usage and expenses at both the store and corporate level.
The integrated offering will be made available to business customers via EnerNOC’s EIS platform. With this solution, businesses can centralize their energy expense management using EnerNOC’s energy decision support system to better leverage EnTouch’s facility optimization tools. The solution also improves operational efficiency by pairing EnerNOC’s capabilities that prioritize the most urgent, impactful opportunities with EnTouch’s maintenance workflow technology that provides site-level project management and equipment benchmarking.
“In combining our best-in-class software platforms, the partnership will increase the economic and operational benefits to business customers, enabling them to achieve sustained reductions in energy, maintenance, and capital expenditures,” said Greg Fasullo, CEO of EnTouch Controls.
“This combined offering extends the benefits of EnerNOC’s energy intelligence offering to businesses with smaller footprint sites, while giving enterprises even more direct control over equipment and thermostats,” said Micah Remley, senior vice president of product at EnerNOC. “In addition, this partnership helps expand EnerNOC’s addressable market by improving the economics for us to serve customers with smaller facilities.”
EnTouch will be responsible for nationwide hardware installation and commissioning as well as delivery of its equipment diagnostics and smart thermostat controls to monitor HVAC, refrigeration, and lighting issues. When teamed with EnerNOC’s energy intelligence software, which includes utility bill management, energy analytics, and procurement capabilities, the companies said enterprise customers with smaller facilities will be able to achieve higher levels of building performance and facility intelligence.
For more information about EnerNOC, visit www.enernoc.com.
For more information about EnTouch Controls, visit www.entouchcontrols.com.
Publication date: 11/4/2015