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Phoenix Energy Technologies (PhoenixET), a provider of enterprise energy management software and services, and Exelon subsidiary Constellation NewEnergy Inc. are working together to provide systems to retail businesses to make strategic energy decisions and provide nationwide access to load response.

PhoenixET is offering proactive analytics and fault detection diagnostic opportunities. The company says that access to this service helps to enhance the curtailment strategies possible at individual sites, while constant data analysis and proactive monitoring during events may yield greater returns in Constellation's load response programs.

The company notes that it is able to aggregate, manage and execute load response participation across all deregulated markets by leveraging its software implementation model. As PhoenixET identifies usage patterns, flexible loads and opportunities for permanent efficiency, Constellation can then meet demand response enrollment deadlines, offer more sophisticated load response programs and maximize revenue potential for the customer, PhoenixET adds.

"PhoenixET has been executing demand response and curtailable load strategies for quite some time, but now we're using new and advanced tools in our EnterpriseDX system," says Lisa Varga, CEO of PhoenixET. "Teamed with Constellation, our clients can achieve the precision and accuracy needed to take their load response participation to the next level and maximize their revenue earnings potential."

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