Demand Energy Newsletter – January 24, 2018
Demand Energy is now EnerNOC:
What this means for you
How combining Demand Energy’s intelligent energy storage technology with EnerNOC’s demand-side management expertise will bring greater flexibility to our customers and the grid.
In the News …
New Case Study: NYC Energy Market Overview
New York City is one of the most energy-intensive urban environments in the world. As part of the solution – and as an alternative to building out traditional grid infrastructure, Con Edison and other utilities are looking at microgrids to cover peak loading (and improve load factor), optimize delivery systems, and make the grid more efficient and reliable.
New Report: 2018 Energy Market Outlook
What to Expect from Energy Markets in 2018
This whitepaper provides a detailed look at the methodology through which EnerNOC and Pactiv, the world’s largest manufacturer and distributor of food packaging and foodservice products, assessed how Pactiv could improve its energy management capabilities in a way that achieves sufficient return on investment.
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At DistribuTECH, Jan 23-25, Doug Staker will be presenting: Stakeholder Engagement for Energy Transformation of Cities on Wednesday, January 24, 8:30 AM – 10:00 AM. As cities commit to aggressive energy and sustainability plans, strategic stakeholder engagement is essential for breakthrough results to seemingly unattainable goals on unrealistic timelines.
At Solar Power NE, February 5-6, Dave Hebert, East Coast Sales Director, will be speaking Monday February 5 from 11:30 – 12:30 on Business Models and Value Stacking in Energy Storage. The two-day event features multiple tracks based around energy storage, O&M, business & technology, policy & regulation, and more.
EnerNOC and Enel are honored to be the presenting sponsor at the Smart Energy Decisions Innovation Summit. Mike Storch, President & CEO of EnerNOC, will give the main stage keynote presentation. We will also host private case study presentations to all boardroom case study groups.