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Trappe, Md.-based Paris Foods has added EnerNOC Inc.'s EfficiencySMART software to its energy management program. With this addition, Paris Foods is now deploying EnerNOC's full suite of energy management solutions to help improve business operations and identify energy savings.

The initial phase of the EfficiencySMART deployment includes an energy audit and assessment of Paris Foods' sister companies, Arbre Farms, a vegetable and fruit processor, and Willow Cold Storage, both based in Walkerville, Mich. This assessment comprises a boiler efficiency study, cost estimates of converting from propane to liquefied natural gas, compressed air optimization and a cost evaluation for a full dashboard and energy monitoring system to benchmark the site.

Paris Foods has been an EnerNOC customer since 2010, when the company began using the SupplySMART solution. In 2011, the company added EnerNOC's DemandSMART application to its energy management strategy, which enabled Paris Foods to participate in PJM's demand response programs and provided the company with access to real-time energy data.




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