EnerNOC lands energy-efficiency contract with San Francisco’s Public Utilities Commission

EnerNOC Inc., a Boston-based provider of energy-efficiency services and technology, announced Thursday that it will work with the city of San Francisco to help ensure that the city’s new buildings incorporate energy-efficient designs and features.

The assignment stems from a new seven-year contract between EnerNOC and the San Francisco Public Utilities Commission, EnerNOC said in a press release.


The commission, the release noted, has an ongoing “commitment to the sustainable and economically sound development” of its facilities.

The first project under this agreement is San Francisco’s new Public Safety Building, a 300,000-square-foot LEED Gold facility set to open in 2014, EnerNOC said.

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