EnerNOC, market leader in smart software according to the latest Verdantix report
EnerNOC, an American company acquired by the Enel Group, has been recognized in the latest Verdantix report as a leader in the development of corporate software for the management of energy bills and monitoring
Published on 8 February 2018
The latest edition of the report drafted by the prestigious consulting firm Verdantix, “Green Quadrant Facility Optimization,” compares 14 energy optimisation applications and identifies the systems developed by the American Enel X company EnerNOC as the best on the market for their expertise in demand response, energy procurement and risk management. According to the UK research firm, EnerNOC is an excellent partner for all companies that focus their business on energy strategies.
According to Verdantix analyst, Derrek Clarke, author of the report “Green Quadrant Facility Optimization,” the integration of EnerNOC into the Enel Group is particularly interesting in view of the expansion of the product portfolio, which includes Demand Energy distributed energy resource optimization applications and the smart vehicle-to-grid charging solutions of eMotorWerks.
Enel operates in more than 30 countries and is expanding significantly in the United States, where it acquired eMotorWerks and Demand Energy in 2017.
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