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EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy intelligence software (EIS), has released EnerNOC Demand Manager, a software-as-a-service that provides utilities and retailers with the tools to help manage their demand response programs.

According to EnerNOC, this new offering includes a data integration API that helps the company's EIS integrate with utility interval data collected from existing meters.

EnerNOC Demand Manager, the company reports, helps utilities and retailers improve the performance and cost-effectiveness of their internally managed demand response programs by leveraging EnerNOC's DemandSMART cloud-based demand response software, OpenADR 2.0B-certified real-time metering and controls, and secure network operations infrastructure.

The solution is well suited for utilities with existing tariff-based demand response programs, as well as those with fully automated demand response, EnerNOC adds.


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