By [email protected] Voltus, a startup founded in June 2016 by former EnerNOC executive Gregg Dixon, has been getting a bit of buzz over the past few months. This week, the company unveiled what it’s been doing to earn it — putting together a portfolio of 400 megawatts of demand response across North America’s grid markets.
So far, the San Francisco and Boston-based startup has one some existing demand response contracts from others — including at least one from EnerNOC. But its biggest share by far comes from a 300-megawatt, first-of-a-kind aggregation in the territory of Midwest grid operator MISO, including a good
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