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EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy management applications and services, has announced that the University of Vermont (UVM) will deploy the company's EfficiencySMART Insight application to deliver energy savings at its highest energy-consuming buildings.

EfficiencySMART is a key component of UVM's growing lineup of sustainability initiatives; EnerNOC's software-as-a-service application enables UVM to track and manage its energy use. EfficiencySMART Insight collects energy data from each building, applies EnerNOC's automated fault detection and diagnostic tools to analyze the data and delivers a prioritized list of energy efficiency measures.

"At the University of Vermont, we are committed to fostering sustainability and improving the operational performance of our campus. Beyond our commitment to being good environmental stewards, investing in energy efficiency is important to us because the value we generate can be reinvested back into the university to improve the experience of our students," says Richard Wolbach, UVM's energy management engineer.




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