California State University San Marcos Expands Deployment of EnerNOC Software to Drive Increased Energy Efficiency

This expansion is funded in part by San Diego Gas & Electric through the UC/CSU/IOU Partnership Program.

BOSTON, July 1, 2013 -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a

leading provider of energy intelligence software, today announced that
California State University San Marcos (CSUSM), which has been an EnerNOC
energy efficiency customer since 2008, has expanded its deployment of
EnerNOC's EfficiencySMART(TM) Insight software to further increase campus
energy efficiency savings. With this expanded deployment, CSUSM will be the
first campus in the University of California (UC) or California State
University (CSU) systems to implement monitoring-based commissioning across
an entire campus. Like past deployments, this expansion is funded in part by
San Diego Gas & Electric through the UC/CSU/IOU Partnership Program, which
offers incentives to universities that couple building commissioning with
real-time energy monitoring.

"A strong partnership between CSUSM campus engineering and facilities teams,
SDG&E, and EnerNOC has been key to success," said Ed Johnson, Director of
Sustainability & Utility Services at CSUSM. "Through this relationship we've
been able to secure 160 percent of expected energy incentives and we look
forward to identifying additional energy efficiency measures through the
expanded use of EfficiencySMART."

CSUSM stands to achieve significant energy savings in newly monitored
buildings and will be able to preserve savings already identified, prevent
drift, allocate and manage energy costs, look for additional energy
efficiency measures, and better engage campus stakeholders through data

"CSU has long understood that effective energy management starts with having
the right data in real time. By deploying EfficiencySMART Insight software
for all of its buildings, CSUSM has a tremendous opportunity to drive
meaningful savings that persist year after year,"
said Tim Healy, Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC.

To date, EnerNOC has helped CSUSM achieve 10 percent savings from
field-based commissioning and data analytics, as well as an additional
8 percent savings from persistent monitoring and ongoing automated fault
detection. This UC/CSU/IOU Energy Efficiency Partnership Program has
provided more than $40 million in customer incentives over the last three

To learn more about EfficiencySMART, go to:

About EnerNOC
EnerNOC is a leading provider of energy intelligence software and related
solutions. EnerNOC unlocks the full value of energy management for utility
and commercial, institutional, and industrial (C&I) customers by delivering
a comprehensive suite of demand-side management services that reduce
real-time demand for electricity, increase energy efficiency, improve energy
supply transparency in competitive markets, and mitigate emissions.
EnerNOC's Utility Solutions(TM) offerings, which include both implementation
and consulting services, are helping hundreds of utilities and grid
operators worldwide meet their demand-side management objectives. EnerNOC
serves thousands of commercial, institutional, and industrial customers
worldwide through a suite of energy management applications including:
DemandSMART(TM), comprehensive demand response; EfficiencySMART(TM),
continuous energy savings; and SupplySMART(TM), energy price and risk
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