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EnerNOC Inc. has announced that its Site Server has been certified by the OpenADR Alliance for compliance with its latest specification, OpenADR 2.0a.

EnerNOC's Site Server, a communications gateway for energy management, interfaces with buildings' existing control equipment to relay energy usage information from multiple meter types in real time to EnerNOC's Network Operations Center.

"Standards-based solutions are essential for accelerating smart grid innovation, and EnerNOC is proud to continue to lead the market in the adoption of the OpenADR protocol," says Hugh Scandrett, EnerNOC's vice president of engineering. "Streamlining the development of fully automated demand response is particularly important as more and more utilities look to embrace demand response for ancillary services and other quick-response resources."


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