General Mills Earns Revenue For Reducing Energy Use
General Mills has added its West Chicago facility to EnerNOC’s demand response network. The company has agreed to work with EnerNOC to help prevent brownouts and blackouts in the West Chicago area by reducing demand on the electricity by as much as five megawatts — the equivalent of enough energy to power about 2,500 households – when called upon by EnerNOC. In exchange, EnerNOC will reward the company with periodic payments.
FAO Schwarz has also enrolled in a similar program offered by Energy Curtailment Specialists Inc.
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