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Utility Bill Management

Learn how utility bill management can help you streamline bill collection, validation, and payment processes; centralize utility data from across your entire organization; and identify and report bill error savings.

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Retail Auction Video

See how Enel X's retail auction technology obtains prices from hundreds of suppliers in a matter of minutes, ensuring you get the best price possible.

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Cost Curve Video

See how an actual Enel X customer uses energy intelligence software (EIS) to visualize its facilities’ energy usage over time—and connect it directly to costs.

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EIS Conditioned Video

See how EIS helps conditioned space facilities with visibility, compliance, and budgeting and reporting.

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EIS Industrial Facilities Video

Learn how EIS helps industrial facilities generate data on issues and opportunities across their facilities, dive into analytics for budgeting decisions, and automate alerts when energy usage reaches custom-defined thresholds.

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Wholesale Auction Video

See how Enel X’s energy intelligence software helps utilities get the best possible price for energy through the auction process.

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What is DR

Learn how savvy energy managers spend less and earn more with demand response.

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FAQ - Ontario Demand Response

Enel X helps hundreds of organizations across Ontario earn money, save on energy costs, and mitigate carbon emissions with demand response (DR).

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FAQ - New England Demand Response

New England businesses reduce energy spend and earn money with Enel X.

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Roadmap to Industrial Energy Intelligence

The energy intelligence assessment is Enel X’s survey of your organization’s approach to energy management. The assessment identifies areas of strength and opportunities for improvement as well as the potential value that may be available through improved energy intelligence. It is the first step of three simple steps to participate in the energy intelligence revolution. It is championed by a sponsor in your organization and authorized by memorandum and email from the responsible executive who has the appropriate span of control in the organization.

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