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EnerNOC E (ENOC) Awarded Seven-Year Contract With San Francisco PUC

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EnerNOC Inc. is a leading provider of energy efficient solutions, for reducing electricity demand, for commercial, industrial and institutional energy users. Some of the company's world class energy management applications include DemandSMART, SupplySMART, EfficiencySMART and CarbonSMART.

The company today announced that it has been selected as the 'commissioning authority' in a seven-year contract with the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission. Through this master services agreement, EnerNOC will work closely with building construction stakeholders to ensure that the City of San Francisco's new buildings operate not only to the owners' specifications but also in an energy efficient manner. The contrast lasts until March 1, 2018.

EnerNOC has already served in a similar capacity on a variety of buildings for the City of San Francisco, including the San Francisco International Airport, the renovation of the Moscone Center and the Public Utility Commission's own headquarters building. The first project under the new agreement is San Francisco's new Public Safety Building which is scheduled to open in 2014. It will house a fire and police station as well as the headquarters for the San Francisco Police Department.

As the Commissioning Authority, EnerNOC will provide documented confirmation that building systems function according to criteria set forth in the project documents to satisfy the owner's operational needs. In the process, EnerNOC will be working closely with building owners, engineers, general contractors, architects and all subcontractors to achieve optimum building performance and efficiency from the outset. In effect, by keeping energy and related costs low from the start, buildings are set up for long-term operating success.

For additional information about EnerNOC and the services it offers, please visit the company's website at www.enernoc.com

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