The acquisition enables Johnson Controls to help building owners and operators manage how much energy their buildings consume and when the energy is consumed.

Johnson Controls vice president and Building Efficiency business president Dave Myers said with the acquisition of EnergyConnect, Johnson Controls combines the power of building automation systems with an intuitive technology platform that provides our customers the ability to take action to capture demand response opportunities.

EnergyConnect’s demand response technology and service platform provides energy managers and facility operators real-time energy information and access to energy markets, enabling them to manage their energy usage.

EnergyConnect’s GridConnect technology platform provides a scalable, cost-effective, clean technology to enhance the grid’s efficiency and reliability.