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Boston-based EnerNOC Inc. says it has launched a new microsite, EnerNOC Open, where engineers can collaborate to advance energy management innovation. In addition to tracking the latest smart grid developments and news, EnerNOC Open hosts open source code, provides a forum to share details on smart grid standards such as OpenADR 2.0, Zigbee and XMPP, and enables collaboration among individuals and organizations to accelerate the development of energy management applications.

"We want to create an ecosystem where smart, passionate developers can change the way the world uses energy. Just like developers flock to build new apps for iOS or Android, we're hoping that by driving standards adoption and sharing source code, we can ignite a new wave of innovation industry-wide," says Hugh Scandrett, vice president of engineering at EnerNOC.




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