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Boston-based EnerNOC Inc. has announced that Australian electricity retailer ERM Power will provide DemandSMART, EnerNOC's demand response application, and EfficiencySMART, EnerNOC's software-as-a-service (SaaS) energy efficiency application, to its customers.

Under the terms of this agreement, ERM Power will manage customer recruitment and contracting activities with its commercial, industrial and institutional customers in the Australian National Electricity Market (NEM). EnerNOC will provide its cloud-based software applications, and EnerNOC's Utility Solutions team will serve as the program implementer, performing site audits and enablement services, supplying all necessary equipment, and supporting the program through its Network Operations Centers (NOCs), including its newest NOC in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia.

ERM Power is the first electricity retailer in Australia to adopt EnerNOC’s demand-side management (DSM) software to help its customers manage energy consumption.

“EnerNOC’s Utility Solutions applications and expertise in integrated demand-side management help us to actively manage costs and pass those savings onto our customers,” says ERM Power’s Mitch Anderson. “The visualization tools and analytical features of EnerNOC’s solutions will help us actively engage our customers in our DSM programs and enable them to use energy more efficiently and further reduce their energy expenditure.”





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