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EnerNOC Inc., a provider of demand-response (DR) applications and services, has announced that Genesis Energy, a national electricity retailer serving the Wellington, Wairarapa, Kapiti Coast and Manawatu areas of New Zealand's Lower North Island, has signed a 20 MW DemandSMART contract to address transmission constraints.

Under the terms of the contract, the program began in July, with an opportunity to extend to 50 MW in two years' time.

Under the Genesis Energy-EnerNOC DemandSMART program, Genesis Energy customers will receive payments for responding to DR dispatches as well as real-time access to their energy data, which EnerNOC says provides greater visibility into overall operational efficiency and helps identify energy-saving opportunities.



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