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EnerNOC Inc. has announced a new 10-year contract with PacifiCorp to deliver approximately 185 MW of electric reduction capability in Idaho and Utah, with the potential to expand into additional states in the future.

This agreement, which represents EnerNOC's largest single contract in the agricultural sector, will allow PacifiCorp to automatically dispatch approximately 185 MW of agricultural demand response capacity directly from the EnerNOC Utility Portal and to view real-time asset- and portfolio-level performance data.

EnerNOC's end-to-end demand response solution will collect real-time energy interval and irrigation pump status data across every farm in the network. This data will be continuously streamed to EnerNOC's Network Operations Center, where it will be monitored to ensure capacity availability and performance against PacifiCorp's target.

As the contract commences this summer, participating agricultural customers will access their real-time energy data through EnerNOC's DemandSMART cloud-based demand response application and will be paid for their electric reduction capability.

"We are proud that PacifiCorp selected EnerNOC to build one of the largest fully automated demand response resources in the world," says Tim Healy, chairman and CEO of EnerNOC. "We have invested heavily in the development of our cloud-based energy management platform to deliver the capacity that our utility partners rely on and the tools our commercial customers prefer."



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