Tim co-founded EnerNOC in 2001 and serves as its Chairman and CEO. In 2007, he led EnerNOC's initial public offering, which was named IPO of the Year by the Association for Corporate Growth Boston and Mass High Tech magazine, and received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award in New England. Today, EnerNOC is one of the world's largest full-service energy management providers with over 600 employees and operations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand.
Prior to EnerNOC, Tim worked in the Energy Technology Laboratory for Northern Power Systems, Inc., and held positions with Merrill Lynch, International Fuel Cells (now UTC Fuel Cells), and the venture capital firm Commonwealth Capital Ventures. Tim also co-founded Student Advantage, a Boston-based affinity marketing company that went public in 1999.
Tim currently sits on the Board of Directors of the Advanced Energy Economy (AEE) Network, the Massachusetts High Technology Council, and the New England Clean Energy Council, and serves on TechNet's Executive Committee and the Board of Trustees for the New England Aquarium. Tim is an advisor to several area startups and coaches youth soccer.
Tim graduated from Dartmouth College with a Bachelor of Arts in Government and Economics, and received his Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
As President and Co-Founder of EnerNOC, David has guided the company's execution since its inception in 2001. With a primary focus on market development, inclusive of regulatory and government affairs, utility solutions, and international development, David has taken an active role in helping to shape domestic and international demand-side markets. David has pioneered efforts to make customer participation in these markets more effective through improved market rules and technologies. He regularly represents EnerNOC at public utility commissions and the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, among other forums.
Prior to EnerNOC, David worked at Beacon Power Corporation (NASDAQ: BCON), a developer of flywheel-based energy storage solutions for grid-scale frequency regulation services and other applications. David also held positions at Winslow Management Company, an environmentally-focused investment management firm, and SolarBank, an innovative global capital fund for solar energy systems.
David currently serves on the boards of EnergyHub and Duke University's Nicholas School of the Environment. He holds a Bachelor of Arts with High Honors from Wesleyan University, a Master of Environmental Management from Duke University, and a Master of Business Administration from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth.
Jim Baum recently served as CEO of Netezza Corporation guiding the company to their acquisition by IBM. In addition to serving on the EnerNOC Board of Directors, Jim has also held the positions of CEO, President, and Chief Operating Officer at Endeca Technologies, an enterprise information management company, which he helped grow from a startup to a leading provider of innovative information access and delivery software solutions. He received his Bachelor of Science from Worcester Polytechnic Institute and his Master of Science from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
Arthur Coviello, Executive Vice President, EMC Corporation (NYSE:EMC) and President, RSA, the Security Division of EMC, serves on the EnerNOCs Board of Directors and is a member of the Company's Audit Committee and Compensation Committee.
Richard Dieter serves on the EnerNOC Board of Directors, is Chairman of the Audit Committee, and serves on the Compensation Committee. He is a retired Accounting and Audit Partner, Arthur Andersen; a former member of AICPA Auditing Standards Board; and the Former Chairman of the AICPA-SEC International Task Force. He received his M.S. degree from the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and his B.S. degree from Boston University.
TJ Glauthier serves on the EnerNOC Board of Directors, is Chairman the Company's Compensation Committee, and serves on both the Nominating and Governance and Audit Committees. Previously he has served as CEO and President of the Electricity Innovation Institute and as the Deputy Secretary and COO of the U.S. Department of Energy. He received his Master of Business Administration from Harvard Business School and his Bachelor of Arts from Claremont McKenna College.
Peter spent 9 years as Chairman and CEO of Ascential and serves on the EnerNOC Board of Directors. Prior to Ascential, he was the President and CEO of Racal InterLan, Inc. along with holding executive positions at Data General Corporation, Encore Computer Corporation, and Prime Computer, Inc. Peter also serves on the boards of Sophos plc, Intralinks Inc., Pegasystems Inc., RealPage Inc., and VistaPrint N.V. Additonally, he is a Trustee Emeritus of the Massachusetts Technology Leadership Council. Peter earned his Bachelor of Science and Master of Business Administration from Columbia University.
Dr. Tierney serves on the EnerNOC Board of Directors and is Chairman of the Company's Nominating and Governance Committee. She has served as a Managing Principal since July 2003 at Analysis Group in Boston, an economic, financial, and business strategy consulting group, where she specializes in economics, regulation, and policy in the electric and gas industries. Her background includes extensive experience in market analysis, transmission policy, energy facility siting, utility ratemaking, energy efficiency, renewables, and climate policy. Dr. Tierney previously served as Assistant Secretary for Policy at the U.S. Department of Energy, as well as Massachusetts Secretary of Environmental Affairs, Commissioner at the Massachusetts Department of Public Utilities, and executive director of the Massachusetts Energy Facilities Siting Council.
In 2008-2009, Dr. Tierney co-chaired the DOE Agency Review Team for the Obama Presidential Transition Team. Currently, she serves on the board of directors of Evergreen Solar, Inc. and Ze-gen, Inc., as well as on the board of directors of the World Resources Institute, the Clean Air Task Force, and Clean Air – Cool Planet. Dr. Tierney also co-chairs the National Commission on Energy Policy, chairs the board of the Energy Foundation, and chairs the Advisory Council of the National Renewable Energy Laboratory.