EnerNOC, a US-based demand response applications and services provider, has secured a contract from PPL Electric Utilities Corp to provide 300MW of demand response capacity.
The company said it will assist the utility in achieving the load reduction targets established by the Pennsylvania Act 129.
The contract is subject to the approval of the Pennsylvania Public Utility Commission.
EnerNOC chairman and CEO Tim Healy said that over the past several years, the company has built a significant portfolio of demand response capacity in Pennsylvania.
"With this contract, our network of commercial, institutional and industrial sites will deliver more value to Pennsylvanian ratepayers," Healy said.
PPL Electric Utilities Corp, a unit of PPL Corporation, provides electric delivery service to 1.4 million customers in 29 counties of eastern and central Pennsylvania, US.