EnerNOC Celebrates Opening of New European Headquarters and Global Network Operations Centre in Dublin, Ireland
BOSTON and DUBLIN, Ireland, Oct. 26, 2017 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE)—EnerNOC, Inc., an Enel Group company, today celebrated the opening of its new European headquarters and global Network Operations Centre in Dublin's "Silicon Docks". An Tánaiste1 and Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD was the company's guest of honour at the ribbon-cutting event.
Speaking at the opening of EnerNOC's new offices in Dublin, An Tánaiste and Minister for Business Enterprise and Innovation, Frances Fitzgerald TD said, "I am delighted to be here today to celebrate the opening of EnerNOC's new European Headquarters. Our Government have been driving the attraction of Foreign Direct Investment to Ireland. The expansion of foreign companies already based here is also central to that policy. Energy use management is an increasingly complex business and I am delighted that EnerNOC are now well established here and able to secure the technical skills here for their services in this field. We warmly welcome the provision of quality jobs in specialised areas like this as we diversify the economy to higher value, knowledge-based activities."
Mike Storch, Head of EnerNOC said, "We are honoured to have An Tánaiste Frances Fitzgerald as our guest at this important event. An Tánaiste has been very focused on driving employment growth throughout Ireland, and her presence is an affirmation that EnerNOC is significantly contributing to the development of the energy innovation sector in this country. Ireland has a rich talent pool that includes many skilled engineers, energy experts, and mission-driven professionals who are eager to help us bring innovation to the way we use energy."
EnerNOC, which first established its Ireland operations in 2011 with the acquisition of a 5-person start up, currently employs 45 people in its Dublin office, with the new Dublin centre being capable of accommodating over 100 energy experts. EnerNOC was the first demand response provider to connect flexible electric capacity of Irish businesses to the system operator EirGrid at scale. The Global Network Operations Centre, which was relocated to Dublin from Boston earlier in 2017, currently manages more than 6,800 MW of dispatchable demand response capacity from 9 countries around the world2.
For more information or to request a demo of EnerNOC's solutions, please visit www.enernoc.com.
About EnerNOC, an Enel Group company
EnerNOC, an Enel Group company, is a leading provider of demand response, energy procurement, and energy intelligence software and services. EnerNOC offers access to more demand response programs worldwide than any other provider, offering enterprises a valuable payment stream to further enhance bottom line results and utilities and grid operators a reliable, cost-effective demand-side resource.
With capabilities to better address budgets and procurement, utility bill management, facility analysis and optimization, sustainability and reporting, project tracking, and demand management, EnerNOC's SaaS platform also helps enterprises control energy costs, mitigate risk, and streamline compliance and sustainability reporting. For more information, visit www.enernoc.com and follow @EnerNOC on Twitter.
About The Enel Group
Enel is a multinational power company and a leading integrated player in the global, power, gas and renewables markets. It is Europe's largest utility in terms of market capitalisation and figures among Europe's leading power companies in terms of installed capacity and reported EBITDA. The Group is present in over 30 countries worldwide, producing energy with more than 85 GW of managed capacity. Enel distributes electricity and gas through a network of over 2 million kilometres, and with over 65 million business and household customers globally, the Group has the largest customer base among European competitors. Enel's renewables arm Enel Green Power already manages around 39 GW of wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and hydropower plants in Europe, the Americas, Africa, Asia and has recently arrived in Australia.
1 Deputy Prime Minister of Ireland
2 US, Australia, Canada, Ireland, Japan, New Zealand, Poland, South Korea and the UK.