Smart Grid Acquisition Tally To Date

There’s been so many acquisitions in the smart grid sector as of late, we’ve been updating the tally every couple of months. Since September there’s been at least six more, so we’re updating our list once again. Let me know if there’s any I missed.

Acquirer Acquired Price, Date Trend
ABB Ventyx “Close to $1 billion,” March 2010 The Swiss electrical gear company adds on smart grid software.
ABB Insert Key Solutions Undisclosed, Dec 2010 The Swiss electrical gear company adds on more smart grid software.
AT&T Xanboo Not disclosed, Dec 2010 U.S. telecom giant will buy decade-old home automation and energy management Xanboo.
Black & Veatch Enspiria Undisclosed, March 2010 The consulting and engineering company beefs up its integration capabilities.
Cisco Richards-Zeta Building Intelligence Undisclosed, January 2009 Cisco buys up building and IT networking system.
Cisco (equity investment) Grid Net Undisclosed, Sept. 2009 Cisco invests in smart meter maker Grid Net, which has a first product built on WiMAX.
Cisco Arch Rock Undisclosed, Sept. 2010 Cisco finally showed its smart grid wireless card by buying up Arch Rock.
Constellation Energy CPower Undisclosed, Sept. 2010 Power company Constellation Energy plans to fold CPower into its demand response portfolio.
Cooper Industries Eka Systems Undisclosed, April 2010 Cooper fold’s Eka’s wireless network product into its automation system.
EnerNOC Cogent Energy Undisclosed, Dec. 2009 Demand response player moves into energy efficiency business.
EnerNOC SmallFoot Undisclosed, March 2010 The demand response player buys wireless tech for small commercial buildings.
EnerNOC eQuilibrium Solutions Undisclosed, June 2009 EnerNOC adds on energy and carbon accounting software.
EnerNOC MDEnergy $7.9M, Sept. 2007 EnerNOC buys energy procurement service provider.
EnerNOC South River Consulting $4.75M, May 2008 EnerNOC adds on more energy procurement and risk management.
EnerNOC Global Energy Partners $26.5M, Dec 2010 EnerNOC keeps expanding beyond demand response with Global Energy Partners acquisition.
GE Opal Software Undisclosed, Oct 2010 GE buys Opal Software, which makes software and services for smart grid network testing and management.
GridPoint V2Green Undisclosed, Sept 2008 The smart grid company adds on electric vehicle smart charging.
GridPoint Lixar SRS Undisclosed, June 2009 GridPoint moves into home energy management.
GridPoint ADMMicro Undisclosed, Nov 2009 The smart grid firm tackles energy from the commercial and industrial sectors.
Honeywell Akuacom Undisclosed, May 2010 Building automation giant buys into open source demand response, OpenADR
Honeywell E-Mon Undisclosed, July 2010 Building automation giant buys into submetering gear and software
Itron Asais Undisclosed, Dec 2010 Smart meter maker buys data analytics and services.
Motorola 4Home Undisclosed, Dec 2010 The cell phone maker and communications company buys home automation/energy management startup.
Siemens Energy4U 60 percent stake, Aug. 2009 The electrical gear company adds on software for intelligent metering and billing.
Silver Spring Networks Greenbox Undisclosed, Sept. 2009 Smart grid network player jumps into home energy management.
SmartSynch Applied Mesh Technologies Undisclosed, Nov. 2008 The smart grid network maker buys a competitor to grow.
Trilliant SkyPilot Undisclosed, May 2009 Smart grid network maker acquires wireless mesh network maker.

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