EnerNOC Inc (ENOC)

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Market Cap 240.00M
EPS -1.70
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Latest News

It's Not a War on Coal

The EPA's proposed rules take aim at all carbon producers, including natural gas.

Federal Court 'Short-Circuits' Utility Plan

But demand response will be around another form.

Two More Energy Trends at Work

To continue our discussion, here's the outlook for renewable energy and batteries.

A Quick Look at 10 Charts

A Quick Look at 10 Charts

For going long, there isn't a foolish one in the bunch.

EnerNOC downgraded at JPMorgan

Not All Utilities Are Alike

Different utility types are engaged in completely different businesses.

The President's Speech

Whatever Obama says, change will come slowly and in small pieces.

Getting in Front of the News

Cover your shorts until August.

Being Wrong Never Felt so Right

Being Wrong Never Felt so Right

My thesis for IWM was very good, but it was wrong.

Three Forces Squeezing Energy Profits

Energy efficiency will become a major competitor.

Power Markets Work to Clear Bottlenecks

Here's how power markets cope with the lack of transmission lines.

The New Energy Landscape, Part 1

Where cash flow is king.

Don't Fight a Losing Battle

The current is clearly running toward more energy-efficient technology.

Mid-Market Generators Are Gambling on Coal

Solar and nuclear powered cost leaders will win when mid-market participants, mostly using coal and cheap natural gas, are gone.

Energy Projects Will Go Forward No Matter Who's Elected

Energy efficiency will become the prime tool for power grids to manage energy delivery.

The Magic of the Markets

Renewable energy actually lowers power prices.

Solar Power's Straw Man

Power producers' peak profits are threatened more by programs that cut usage and pricing than by wind or solar.

Winners and Losers of the EPA's New Rules

The EPA's coal plant regulations have become a polarizing issue because states made it a federal case.