Enel X, formerly EnerNOC, is the largest provider of demand response worldwide. In August 2017, EnerNOC was acquired by the Enel Group.
Enel X was first established by Timothy G. Healy and David Brewster, as EnerNOC, LLC in New Hampshire from December 2001 until June 2003. On 5 June 2003 EnerNOC was incorporated in Delaware. EnerNOC went public in 2007 on the NASDAQ stock exchange, raising US$98 million.
EnerNOC owned numerous subsidiaries around the world. In 2009, EnerNOC bought Cogent Energy and acquired eQuilibrium Solutions. In March, 2010, EnerNOC bought SmallFoot, LLC, a company that makes wireless systems to manage demand for smaller facilities. In late 2010 and early 2011, respectively, EnerNOC announced agreements to acquire Global Energy Partners and M2M Communications.
Since early 2014, EnerNOC acquired five additional companies: Activation Energy, an Irish provider of demand response; Entelios, a German demand response provider; EnTech, a global utility bill management software provider; Pulse Energy, a Vancouver-based provider of utility customer engagement software; and World Energy, an energy procurement software company.
In August 2017, Enel Green Power North America acquired EnerNOC for over $300 million. In January 2018, EnerNOC integrated Demand Energy, the provider of the DEN.OS platform for optimizing energy storage and on-site power generation for demand-side management and microgrid deployments, which had been acquired by the Enel Group in January 2017.
Highest paying job titles at EnerNOC include Development Manager, Sourcing Manager, and Commissioning Manager