EnerNOC picks up wireless demand control specialist SmallFoot

Demand response leader EnerNOC recently announced it has acquired Boulder, CO-based wireless "demand control" solutions provider SmallFoot, which focuses on the small commercial market. SmallFoot's wireless demand control systems monitor when energy demand is getting too high and relay energy reduct...

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