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January 21, 2013

EnerNOC Unveils New Microsite, EnerNOC Open



EnerNOC, Inc., a provider of energy management applications and services, recently introduced a new microsite called EnerNOC Open.

The newly launched microsite allows engineers to collaborate and create innovational energy management. EnerNOC Open not only tracks the latest smart grid developments and news, but also hosts open source code and provides a forum  share details on.

"We want to create an ecosystem where smart, passionate developers can change the way the world uses energy,” said Hugh Scandrett, Vice President of Engineering at EnerNOC.  “Just like developers flock to build new apps for iOS or Android (News - Alert), we're hoping that by driving standards adoption and sharing source code, we can ignite a new wave of innovation industry-wide."

Officials confirmed that the microsite also offers a forum to share details on the latest smart grid standards such as OpenADR 2.0, Zigbee, and XMPP. In addition, it also enables collaboration among like-minded individuals and organizations to accelerate the development of energy management applications.

"These efforts complement the recent growth in our technology partner network where we are collaborating with third parties to leverage the billions of data points that EnerNOC has collected to create valuable new products and services for our customers," said Scandrett.

EnerNOC successfully delivers 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.

In related TMC (News - Alert) news, EnerNOC, Inc. announced that Glenborough, LLC, an EnerNOC demand response customer since mid-2011 will deploy EfficiencySMART Insight as its enterprise energy management platform to reduce energy costs and expand sustainability leadership.




Edited by Ashley Caputo

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