The agreement includes up to 110MW of capacity over its term, which expires in 2012. The capacity under an initial 40MW agreement, which expires at the end of 2008, will be enrolled under the new agreement, resulting in a four-year extension and an additional 70MW of contracted capacity between the parties.

The new agreement is subject to final approval by the California Public Utilities Commission.

EnerNOC will continue to aggregate demand response capacity from commercial, institutional and industrial customers within SCE’s approximately 50,000 square-mile service territory. During periods of peak demand, SCE will signal EnerNOC to provide demand response capacity. EnerNOC will do so by remotely initiating demand response measures at participating customers’ sites and monitoring performance in near real-time from its network operations center.

Lisa Cagnolatti, vice president of business customer division at Southern California Edison (SCE), said: We are excited to build upon the relationship that we have forged with EnerNOC. Demand response programs are an essential part of providing clean, cost-effective technology solutions to further enhance the reliability of the electric power grid.