Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources Leverages EnerNOC Software to Win
BOSTON, Sept. 24, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a
leading provider of energy intelligence software, today announced that EnerNOC
and the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) have won the 2013
Region I Energy Project of the Year Award from the Association of Energy
Engineers. The award recognizes DOER's data-driven approach to energy
management utilizing EnerNOC's EfficiencySMART^TM cloud-based energy
intelligence application. EnerNOC and DOER will be honored at a celebration
today, the day prior to the opening of the World Energy Engineering Congress,
at the Washington Convention Center in Washington, D.C.
"DOER is a leader in using real-time data to improve energy efficiency, and in
leveraging energy intelligence software for better energy management," said
Gregg Dixon, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Sales at EnerNOC. "This
project is a great example of Massachusetts driving innovation in energy
management, and we're honored to be recognized for our work with DOER."
DOER began its current Leading by Example energy management initiative for
state owned or operated facilities in June 2010. Using funding from an
American Recovery and Reinvestment Act grant, DOER worked with EnerNOC to
install close to 1,300 meters at 460 buildings, including university and
community college facilities, hospitals, trial courts, state office buildings,
and prisons. The meters stream real-time data for all energy commodities
through EnerNOC's EfficiencySMART platform, allowing agencies to track and
analyze energy usage over time. DOER and state agencies can use the data to
identify opportunities for savings, which a third-party estimated should yield
5 to 15 percent savings on the Commonwealth's energy spend.
Sample energy savings include:
*One state university used real-time data to identify usage that was
abnormally high at its campus ice rink compared to the previous year.
Through changes to the building control settings, the university saved an
estimated $30,000 over just two months last year.
*Using real-time data, a community college was able to delay building
start-up by one to two hours, reducing energy usage and saving an
estimated $2,500 over the course of the year.
*Real-time data helped a facility manager identify that a dorm had started
running 24/7, without any night setback. Had buildings controls not been
adjusted, this issue would have cost the university an extra $1,700 in
energy costs per year.
"The Patrick Administration's Leading by Example program has implemented
innovative ways to reduce the Commonwealth's energy consumption to save money
and reduce environmental impacts," said DOER Commissioner Mark Sylvia.
"Real-time metering means that facility managers at state colleges, prisons,
and office buildings can achieve energy savings and reduce greenhouse gas
emissions. We thank EnerNOC for its partnership on this project and AEE for
recognizing our work."
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The Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources (DOER) develops and
implements policies and programs aimed at ensuring the adequacy, security,
diversity, and cost-effectiveness of the Commonwealth's energy supply within
the context of creating a cleaner energy future. DOER is an agency of the
Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
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