BOSTON, June 12, 2013 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- EnerNOC, Inc. (Nasdaq:ENOC), a leading provider of energy intelligence software, today announced that three of its customers have each won Energy Efficiency and Sustainability Best Practice Awards from the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference. CSU Long Beach won in the Monitoring-Based Commissioning (MBCx) category and CSU Stanislaus and UC San Diego both won in the HVAC design retrofit category. The California State University and University of California systems have been EnerNOC customers since 2007. EnerNOC has worked with many campuses throughout the state on energy efficiency and demand response initiatives. "We pride ourselves on our commitment to sustainability and using the campus as a living laboratory," said Anna Levitt, Assistant Energy Manager at UC San Diego. "The campus facilities, operations, and engineering teams at UC San Diego that work with EnerNOC enjoy a strong partnership, and we look forward to seeing additional projects continue to improve the energy efficiency of our university." "The EnerNOC project team worked diligently with our in-house staff through every step of the MBCx process. With the implementation of the EfficiencySMART application, we now have a system in place to identify energy efficiency measures and ensure energy savings are persistent, and we have a way to visualize savings and building performance. This is definitely a plus when trying to communicate our sustainability efforts to the campus community," said Paul Wingco, Energy and Sustainability Manager at CSU Long Beach. Winners were selected by committees comprised of impartial judges with expertise in relevant fields. Award recipients will each deliver a presentation at the California Higher Education Sustainability Conference in June. "Energy efficiency initiatives have clear benefits to both the environment and the bottom line, and it's heartening to see these California schools be recognized for their standout accomplishments in retrofits and MBCx," said Tim Healy, Chairman and CEO of EnerNOC. "We're thrilled to be working with these campuses and others across the UC and CSU systems, and we congratulate them on this award."