In the midst of settling into new headquarters in Boston’s waterfront Innovation District, EnerNOC Inc., a software company that helps customers manage their electricity use, particularly during peak demand periods, was put to the test by a nearly nationwide heat wave. Chief executive Tim Healy, 44, spoke with Globe reporter Erin Ailworth about EnerNOC’s growth, its role in keeping the regional power grid stable earlier this month, and why its nearly 82,000-square-foot office space is full of toys.
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