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EnerNOC unveils an open-data project

EnerNOC serves the utility, commercial, industrial, and institutional sectors.

Essdras M Suarez/ Globe Staff/ file 2010

EnerNOC serves the utility, commercial, industrial, and institutional sectors.

Boston-based EnerNOC Inc., a provider of cloud-based energy management software, announced its latest EnerNOC Open project, Open Data. To encourage open-source collaboration that advances energy management innovation, EnerNOC has “scrubbed and anonymized one year of granular energy data from 100 large buildings,” it said. Developers and engineers can access the data for noncommercial purposes such as research, integration testing, and hackathons.

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