EnerNOC continues to diversify as it acquires Pulse Energy

Earlier this month, heavyweight demand response player EnerNOC (see the May 3, 2011_LREBSJ) acquired Pulse Energy (see the March 23, 2014_LREBSJ), a Canadian startup in the energy data analytics space (terms of the deal were not disclosed). EnerNOC has been around for quite some time, and provide...

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