Commercial energy management software firm C3 goes residential with acquisition of Efficiency 2.0

San Mateo, California-based enterprise energy management software developer C3 announced last week that it acquired Efficiency 2.0, a software company that develops customer-facing portals for utilities to engage with their residential and small business customers. C3 offers its software to small an...

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