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Revenue up at energy management firm

Tim Healy is EnerNOC’s chief executive.

Josh Reynolds for boston Globe

Tim Healy is EnerNOC’s chief executive.

Shares of Boston’s EnerNOC Inc. rose on a deal to acquire two European companies and fiscal year 2013 revenue that rose by 38 percent to $383 million. The energy intelligence software provider said it acquired Dublin’s Activation Energy and Germany’s Entelios AG, which both specialize in demand response, a way of managing consumers’ energy consumption. The deals will allow EnerNOC to expand and strengthen its presence in the European market, according to the company. Terms were not disclosed.

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