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EnerNOC Inc. has extended a contract with Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) to deliver energy efficiency solutions to commercial and industrial energy users in northern California.

Under the terms of the contract, two industrial energy efficiency programs - one targeted at the food processing sector and the other targeted at the oil and gas production sector - as well as a monitoring-based commissioning program for conditioned space, will be extended through Dec. 31, 2014.

"This extension is a testament to the strength of our team and the value of our energy efficiency solutions,” says Tim Healy, chairman and CEO of EnerNOC. “We are honored to have the opportunity to help utilities achieve their demand-side management goals through our energy efficiency applications and services.”



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