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Ameresco Inc., an energy efficiency and renewable energy company, has completed the purchase of substantially all of the assets of Ennovate Corp., an energy service company active throughout Colorado, Nebraska, Montana and Wyoming. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The Ameresco and Ennovate Colorado offices will be combined at the current Ennovate location in Aurora, Colo., and operating together as Ameresco, the team will be responsible for leading Ameresco’s efforts in the Rocky Mountain region. Ennovate’s employees will join Ameresco’s current workforce of more than 900. As a result, the companies says Ennovate’s customers can benefit from Ameresco’s comprehensive energy services, including energy efficiency, energy savings performance contracts, energy supply and risk management, energy infrastructure services, renewable energy and carbon management, and data and invoice management platforms.

“Ennovate’s industry experience and strong customer commitment closely aligns with Ameresco’s,” says George P. Sakellaris, president and CEO of Ameresco. “With the additional talent and resources in our central region, we not only increase our footprint and penetration in the Rocky Mountain area, but continue to focus on delivering outstanding results and innovative, energy-saving solutions for our customers while welcoming all of those joining us through Ennovate.”


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