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California State University San Marcos (CSUSM) has expanded its deployment of EnerNOC's EfficiencySMART Insight software. According to EnerNOC, the university has been an energy-efficiency customer since 2008.

CSUSM will now implement monitoring-based commissioning across its entire campus. Like past deployments, the expansion is partly funded by San Diego Gas & Electric (SDG&E), whose partnership program offers incentives to universities that couple building commissioning with real-time energy monitoring.

"A strong partnership between CSUSM campus engineering and facilities teams, SDG&E and EnerNOC has been key to success," says Ed Johnson, director of sustainability and utility services at CSUSM. "Through this relationship, we've been able to secure 160 percent of expected energy incentives, and we look forward to identifying additional energy-efficiency measures through the expanded use of EfficiencySMART."


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