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Boston-based EnerNOC Inc. says it has expanded its presence in Southern California through a new contract with Southern California Edison (SCE). Under the terms of the new contract, EnerNOC will increase its number of megawatts in SCE's service territory by approximately 15% through Dec. 31, 2014, consistent with the term of EnerNOC's expanded contract with Pacific Gas & Electric announced on Tuesday.

The company won the additional megawatts through a competitive bidding process, and EnerNOC says it was awarded more than twice as many megawatts as any other third-party provider and more than 40% of all megawatts awarded to the six successful bidders.

"SCE has been a long-standing leader in utilizing demand response resources, and we're proud to build on our current relationship with SCE to deliver our innovative solutions to even more California businesses while delivering valuable capacity to the grid," says Tim Healy, chairman and CEO of EnerNOC.



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