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Demand Response and Energy Efficiency: “Killer” Smart Grid Applications. Rick Counihan, VP Regulatory Affairs. January 20, 2010. About EnerNOC. EnerNOC’s Demand Response Footprint. 3,250 MW under management, across more than 5,600 commercial/industrial sites* . * As of 9/30/2009.

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    1. Demand Response and Energy Efficiency:“Killer” Smart Grid Applications Rick Counihan, VP Regulatory Affairs January 20, 2010

    2. About EnerNOC

    3. EnerNOC’s Demand Response Footprint • 3,250 MW under management, across more than 5,600 commercial/industrial sites* * As of 9/30/2009

    4. The Energy Internet

    5. Why Demand Response? • Reduces peak demand and transmission and distribution congestion • Mitigates high wholesale market prices 100% 90% 75% 50% 25% Winter Spring Summer Fall

    6. Standby / Backup Generation How Do Customers Participate? Curtailment How It Works What Businesses and Institutions Curtail Depending on customer needs and preferences, demand response plans can beautomatedthrough EnerNOC’s technology platform, or initiated manually at the site.

    7. EnerNOC’s Network Operations Center • Utilities and grid operators benefit from the “smart grid” EnerNOC has built

    8. Energy Data from Every Customer

    9. The Mystery of the Chess Club or Using data and analytics to identify savings

    10. Monitoring-Based Commissioning • Software-as-a-service platform that identifies 8-12 percent savings

    11. Rick CounihanVice President, Regulatory AffairsEnerNOC, Inc. 500 Howard StreetSuite 400San Francisco, CA 94105Tel: 415.343.9504 rcounihan@enernoc.com