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EnerNOC Inc. has released a new wireless mesh data capture and communication feature designed to enhance its EnerNOC Site Server (ESS). The new feature expands remote and on-premise market applications while improving the scalability of ESS installations, the company says.

The wireless mesh feature is able to provide reliable data transmission even in the presence of network interference. The device collects and communicates data from meters and other devices and sends it via secure wireless protocol to the ESS, which is then captured by the company's Network Operations Center (NOC). Once the data is collected, end users can access their real-time energy data and profiling tools through EnerNOC's cloud-based energy management application suite.

EnerNOC says the wireless mesh network is a part of $150 million in technology platform investments that the company has made in recent years.


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