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Alarm.com, an interactive security and connected home services company, has acquired EnergyHub, a provider of demand response and energy efficiency products and services for utilities.

"We believe that EnergyHub's Mercury platform provides the best available solution for powering comprehensive residential demand response and energy efficiency programs," says Alarm.com CEO Steve Trundle.

"By working with EnergyHub, we can help make the Mercury platform even more valuable to its partners and customers, while also extending the smart grid to today’s intelligent connected home," Trundle adds.

EnergyHub will continue to operate as an independent company, led by its founder and president, Seth Frader-Thompson, and the existing management team.



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