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EnerNOC Inc., a provider of energy management applications and services, has announced that Glenborough LLC, a commercial real estate company, will deploy EfficiencySMART Insight across its portfolio of commercial properties in California, New Jersey, Colorado and Maryland.

Glenborough, an EnerNOC demand response customer since mid-2011, has already deployed EnerNOC's DemandSMART solution. According to the provider, the addition of EfficiencySMART Insight software means that Glenborough will be able to unlock analytics and proprietary diagnostics that will derive greater value from Glenborough's data, as well as help identify additional savings opportunities.

EfficiencySMART Insight will collect energy data from each building in Glenborough's portfolio and generate actionable business intelligence and recommendations, EnerNOC adds. The solution will deliver a prioritized list of the highest-impact energy savings opportunities so that property managers can make informed decisions about resource allocation.

"Our customers place premium value on highly efficient operations, and we already know through our experience with DemandSMART that real-time data can be a powerful tool for identifying savings opportunities," says Carlos Santamaria, vice president of engineering services for Glenborough. "With EfficiencySMART Insight, we can leverage EnerNOC's automated analytics to scale those efforts, pinpoint the highest payback opportunities across our portfolio, and further advance our industry-leading commitment to sustainable operations. We're positioning our buildings to be 'smart grid prepared' so that we can maximize energy savings through current and future utility incentive programs."



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