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Boston-based EnerNOC Inc. has entered into an EnerNOC Demand Manager contract with BKW Energy Ltd. through 2019. BKW will deploy EnerNOC's software and services to deliver demand response to its customers throughout Switzerland.

The BKW Group is one of Switzerland's largest energy companies with operations spanning production, transport, trading and sales. In addition to pure energy supply, BKW provides a set of solutions to its private and commercial customers, energy utility companies and local authorities. With EnerNOC's demand response software and services, BKW will enable its customers to provide ancillary services to the Swiss electricity market. BKW's first demand response customer will be Migros, a large retail company in Switzerland.

"We look forward to bringing EnerNOC's innovative technology and services to BKW's current and future customers," says Tim Healy, chairman and CEO of EnerNOC. "And we are excited to establish operations in Switzerland, a 10,000 MW market in which demand response has started to be fully integrated. This opportunity is a direct result of our recent acquisition of Entelios AG, a leading demand response provider in Germany."







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