Who We Are
EnerNOC is a team of mission-driven people who recognize that using a 20th century construct for managing energy doesn't fit today's global imperative to use energy better. We believe that energy intelligence software (EIS) will fundamentally change the way the world uses energy, giving our business customers more control over energy costs and the utilities that serve them the ability to forge deeper customer relationships.
For businesses looking to take more control over their energy costs, mitigate risk, simplify compliance and sustainability reporting, and improve their operational performance, EnerNOC's energy intelligence software is a must-have decision support system.
For utilities and competitive energy retailers looking to navigate today's period of rapid transformation, EnerNOC is right there with them, providing demand response and wholesale procurement solutions.
President and CEO
Michael I. Storch is the CEO of EnerNOC, an Enel Group Company. Prior to this role, he served as the Executive Vice President, Chief Company Development Officer at Enel Green Power North America. Mike has been with EGPNA and its predecessor companies since 1987 where he was responsible for a variety of areas including M&A, management of operations, project development, accounting, and finance. He is a current or former director in two highly successful renewable energy development partnerships. Prior to joining EGPNA, Mike was Vice President of G.O. Holdings Management, Inc., the U.S. arm of Anglo French financier, Sir James Goldsmith, where Mike was a key member of Sir James’ management team focused on leveraged buyouts of a number of public companies and resulting asset sales and reorganization of surviving business units. Previously Mike was a Senior Audit Manager for Price Waterhouse. Mike holds Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Baruch College, New York and is a certified public accountant.
Chief Financial Officer
As Chief Financial Officer of EnerNOC, an Enel Group Company, Marc Rizzo is responsible for leading and managing the financial efforts of the company on a domestic and international level. Marc recently joined EnerNOC in 2017 from Enel Green Power North America, where he served as the Director of Finance for over two years. Within The Enel Group, he has proven to be a crucial member of the financial operations, closing over $10B worth of project and corporate acquisitions, partnerships and financings. Marc has over 10 years of experience in the financial sector, with expertise in energy and energy services, spanning across entire transaction lifecycles: origination, pricing analytics, structuring, negotiation, execution, and asset management. Marc grew up on the North Shore and studied Economics at Bentley University.
Jinjue Allen is the General Counsel of EnerNOC, Inc., an Enel Group Company. She is responsible for leading the legal and corporate affairs of the company. Prior to this role, she served as in-house counsel to Enel Green Power North America, Inc. (EGPNA), also part of the Enel Group Company. In that capacity, Jinjue advised on legal issues across various business functions and multiple renewable energy technologies, including representing EGPNA and its subsidiaries in syndicated tax equity and other equity financings as well as financial swap and hedging transactions. Before her tenure at EGPNA, she was an attorney at SNR Denton in Manhattan and at McLane Middleton in New Hampshire. Jinjue received a B.A. degree from UCLA and J.D. degree from American University, Washington College of Law.
Vice President and General Manager of Advisory Solutions
As Vice President and General Manager of Advisory Solutions at EnerNOC, Jackie Bliss is responsible for leading and managing EnerNOC’s Advisory Solutions business and brings nearly a decade of energy experience to the company. Prior to joining the team in 2015, Jackie worked at National Grid, serving as the Director of Business Performance for the natural gas division, leading operational efficiency initiatives. Jackie also served power and utilities customers from a financial perspective as an investment banker at J.P. Morgan. In this capacity, she consulted with energy companies across the US on debt and equity financing along with strategic mergers and acquisitions. Jackie earned an MBA from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University and an MPA in Energy Policy as well as a BA from Columbia University.
Senior Vice President of Human Resources
Arrigo Bodda is an HR professional with nearly 25 years of experience in several industries (FMCG, Industrial, Electronics, Software) and countries in America and Europe. As Senior Vice President of Human Resources and Organizational Development for GTECH Group, Arrigo was responsible for optimizing all Human Resources processes within the Group. He led a 170-strong HR department at a $4 billion/10,000 employee company. Prior to joining the GTECH Group in January of 2011, Arrigo was Vice President of Human Resources for Closure Systems International, a worldwide packaging company with employees in 24 countries. Arrigo is a volunteer at Career Collaborative, a Boston-based organization that teaches unemployed and under-employed adults with low-income jobs how to build careers that change lives, and a mentor at Northeastern University and at the Chamber of Commerce of Turin (IT).
Vice President of Advisory Solutions Service Delivery and Operations
Don Jenkins is Vice President of Advisory Solutions Service Delivery and Operations at EnerNOC. Don leads the teams that implement, deliver, and support EnerNOC’s suite of Advisory Solutions around the globe, enabling customers to glean critical business intelligence from their utility bill and energy data, actively manage their energy spend, and find the most effective ways to manage their energy. His current team operates across five continents, delivering services to clients in more than 100 countries. He is a tireless data champion, driving the collection and application of high quality data in support of energy intelligence efforts. Previously a US Naval Submarine Officer, Don joined EnerNOC in 2007 after retiring from active duty, having served 22 years in both the Navy and Marine Corps. Don has a dual BS/BA degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of San Diego and an MS degree in Operations Analysis from the Naval Postgraduate School Monterey, and is currently a Data Science PhD candidate at UMass Boston.
Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy
Sean Leaver is EnerNOC’s Vice President of Corporate Development and Strategy. Sean oversees strategic investments, mergers & acquisitions, and business development activities and brings over 15 years of experience in the industry with a proven track record of driving successful growth initiatives. Sean joined EnerNOC soon after its IPO and has led many of its most strategic activities, including developing the company’s partner ecosystem, managing many of the investments and acquisitions that positioned EnerNOC as a global leader, and leading the sale of the firm to Enel. Prior to his work with EnerNOC, Sean held management positions with Intuit and Activant. He holds a BS from Salve Regina University in Information Systems Science.
Vice President of Marketing
As Vice President of Marketing at EnerNOC, Sarah McAuley is responsible for overseeing EnerNOC’s brand development, product marketing, and demand generation programs. Sarah joined EnerNOC in 2007 shortly after the Company’s IPO. She has held a number of strategic roles at the company, including playing a pivotal role in the Company’s landmark Supreme Court case to protect demand response and helping to co-author The Unified Approach to Energy Transformation, a framework developed in collaboration with PwC and Winston Eco-Strategies to help companies respond to emerging global trends with energy best practices that drive the most business value. Prior to EnerNOC, Sarah ran communications for Sonus Networks and was an account lead at Greenough Communications. Sarah holds a BA from Harvard University.
Vice President of Regulatory and Government Affairs
Ken is Vice President of Regulatory and Government Affairs at EnerNOC. Prior to joining EnerNOC in 2007, Ken served for 13 years as a member of the Maryland General Assembly, rising to become Minority Whip. In 2003, he was appointed by the Maryland Governor and confirmed by the Senate to become Chairman of the Maryland Public Service Commission where he served for 3 ½ years. During his tenure at the PSC, he served as Vice Chairman of the FERC Joint Board on Economic Dispatch for the PJM Interconnection and the Board of Directors of the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners. Prior to service on the PSC, he was also an attorney in private practice in Maryland in addition to his service as a legislator. Schisler earned his undergraduate degree in Biology from Salisbury State University, and earned his JD with honors from the University of Maryland School of Law.
Vice President and General Manager of Flexibility Solutions
As Vice President and General Manager of Flexibility Solutions, Christian Weeks is responsible leading EnerNOC’s global demand response and distributed energy resources business, which is focused on connecting and monetizing all types of distributed energy assets with wholesale and retail energy market opportunities to maximize savings, ensure resiliency, and increase sustainability. Christian has over a decade of experience in energy and technology businesses and is passionate about disruptive technologies and scalable growth. Since joining EnerNOC in 2009, Christian has held various roles in strategy, sales, and operations. Most recently, Christian led EnerNOC’s software and demand response businesses in Australia and New Zealand. Prior to joining EnerNOC, Christian worked in Deloitte Consulting’s Strategy & Operations practice based in Washington, DC. Christian is a graduate of Dartmouth College and the Harvard Business School and a board member of the Northeast Clean Energy Council (NECE) and Advanced Energy Economy (AEE).