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EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy-management applications, has released a new version of its energy-management platform.

The latest release includes enhancements to EnerNOC's Automated Fault Detection (AFD) engine, which is used by its EfficiencySMART application to identify energy-efficiency measures, EnerNOC says, adding that the new release also enables the company to present real-time information for additional commodities in international demand-response markets.

"The enhancements we've made in our latest release enable EnerNOC and our customers to find energy-efficiency opportunities faster and compare energy usage across sites, using more robust benchmarks and measurements,” explains Hugh Scandrett, EnerNOC's vice president of engineering. “We've also introduced a number of features that support our international expansion.”


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