EnerNOC, Inc., a global provider of energy management applications and services, has finalized an agreement with TransGrid, the New South Wales transmission network operator, to provide 35 megawatts (MW) of demand response capacity in the Sydney metropolitan area. Managing Director of TransGrid, Mr. Peter McIntyre, said the innovative demand management agreement between the two companies will help reduce peak demand and support Sydney’s high voltage electricity grid this coming summer.
“By having the ability to shift the power consumption of some of Sydney’s major energy users outside peak periods, TransGrid will be in the best position to respond to pressure on its existing transmission network during peak periods,” said Mr. McIntyre. “In addition, EnerNOC’s software will allow some of Sydney’s largest energy users to understand how their sites consume energy and how they can reduce consumption at peak times.”
“EnerNOC continues to see significant opportunity in the Australia and New Zealand markets, encouraged by innovative companies like TransGrid that are embracing EnerNOC’s technology-driven approach for meeting the region’s energy needs,” said Tim Healy, Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC.
In addition to maximizing demand response dispatch performance, EnerNOC enables participants in its demand response network to view and more actively manage their energy usage in real time. EnerNOC has deployed its DemandSMART software at thousands of sites worldwide, including universities, data centers, and manufacturing facilities throughout the Sydney metropolitan area.
“The program is ideally suited for organizations that use a large amount of energy and are looking for innovative ways to lower costs and improve their bottom lines,” said Jeff Renaud, EnerNOC’s Director of Australia and New Zealand.
Investor Relations: Jennifer Varley, (+1) 617.532.8104, ir[.]enernoc.com.
TransGrid Media Relations: Hannah Dunn, (+61) 400.391.947, media.contact[.]transgrid.com.au.
TransGrid (transgrid.com.au) is responsible for the high voltage electricity transmission network in New South Wales, Australia. Electricity is generated at power stations, and then transmitted by TransGrid to electricity distributors through its network of over 12,600km of high voltage transmission lines and substations. Electricity is delivered to homes and businesses by distributors such as Essential Energy, Ausgrid and Endeavour Energy.
EnerNOC (enernoc.com) unlocks the full value of energy management for our utility and commercial, institutional, and industrial (C&I) customers by reducing real-time demand for electricity, increasing energy efficiency, improving energy supply transparency in competitive markets, and mitigating emissions. EnerNOC serves thousands of commercial, intuitional, and industrial customers worldwide through its suite of energy management applications including: DemandSMART™, comprehensive demand response; EfficiencySMART™, continuous energy savings; SupplySMART™, energy price and risk management; and CarbonSMART™, enterprise carbon management. EnerNOC’s Utility Solutions™ offerings, which include Program Implementation and Consulting services, have helped hundreds of utilities and grid operators worldwide meet their demand-side management objectives. Our Network Operations Center (NOC) offers 24x7x365 customer support.
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