SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Stater Bros. Markets here has earned payments of approximately $250,000 annually by leveraging Boston-based EnerNOC’s demand response (DR) program for reducing non-essential electricity usage during periods of peak demand, high electricity prices or other system needs. Stater Bros., which operates 148 stores, enrolled in EnerNOC’s DR program in 2008 because of the potential to earn significant payments and to protect its stores and surrounding communities from ...

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