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EnerNOC Continues to Promote Open Technology Standards With Participation in OpenADR 2.0 Profile B Interoperability Test Event

EnerNOC Continues to Promote Open Technology Standards With Participation in
OpenADR 2.0 Profile B Interoperability Test Event

BOSTON, May 23, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a
leading provider of energy intelligence software, today announced that it
participated in a successful OpenADR Alliance test event using the
high-performance PUSH protocol, XMPP. This test event was significant because
it demonstrated interoperability of the advanced capabilities of OpenADR 2.0
Profile B, including telemetry and XMPP, which will ultimately help demand
response penetrate further into the commercial, institutional, and industrial
building market. The event was hosted at the National Institute of Standards
and Technology (NIST) in Gaithersburg, Md.

Profile B is designed for high-end embedded devices that support a wide range
of demand response services and markets. XMPP is advantageous because of its
reliability and its ability to provide secure, low-latency bidirectional
communication, which is essential for ancillary services applications where
rapid response is required. Profile B also includes essential reporting
features for telemetry and feedback that are necessary for reliable demand
response and asset monitoring.

Several OpenADR Alliance members participated in the event, which was the
first test of XMPP interoperability between OpenADR vendors. "EnerNOC is
leading the drive toward standardization in enterprise energy management, and
we're happy to see Alliance members embrace XMPP as an appropriate open
mechanism for reliable demand response communication," said Hugh Scandrett,
Vice President of Engineering at EnerNOC. "The success of this Profile B test
supports our long-standing assertion that XMPP is an ideal transport protocol
for demand response and energy data communication, and demonstrates that
OpenADR 2.0 is addressing communication requirements that are critical for
maintaining a reliable grid."

EnerNOC has employed the XMPP protocol since 2009 when the company launched
PowerTalk, a tool that helps end users gain insight into their energy
consumption by actively monitoring signals sent by smart meters or other
intelligent devices. The tool allows smart devices to send status messages at
constant, repeated intervals.

The next interoperability test will be later this month, driving toward a goal
of making the first 2.0B certified devices available this summer.

To learn more about EnerNOC's technology and its commitment to open standards,
go to enernoc.com/our-technology or visit open.enernoc.com.

About EnerNOC

EnerNOC is a leading provider of energy intelligence software. EnerNOC unlocks
the full value of energy management for utility and commercial, institutional,
and industrial (C&I) customers by delivering a comprehensive suite of
demand-side management services that reduce real-time demand for electricity,
increase energy efficiency, improve energy supply transparency in competitive
markets, and mitigate emissions. EnerNOC's Utility Solutions™ offerings, which
include both implementation and consulting services, are helping hundreds of
utilities and grid operators worldwide meet their demand-side management
objectives. EnerNOC serves thousands of commercial, institutional, and
industrial customers worldwide through a suite of energy management
applications including: DemandSMART™, comprehensive demand response;
EfficiencySMART™, continuous energy savings; and SupplySMART™, energy price
and risk management. EnerNOC's Network Operations Center (NOC) offers 24x7x365
customer support. For more information, visit www.enernoc.com.

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CONTACT: Media and Investor Relations:
        
         Sarah McAuley
         (617) 532.8195
         news@enernoc.com
         ir@enernoc.com

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