Here are the top stories we’re following today on the GreenBeat.

Demand response company EnerNOC has announced it has expanded its business to add building controls and energy efficiency monitoring to its offerings.

Norwegian electric car maker Think will start selling its Think City electric car in the U.S. mid-2011, GigaOm writes. The company plans to sell 2,000 to 3,000 cars at $34,000 (before federal and state incentives) to urban drivers in San Francisco, Southern California, New York, Washington, D.C., and Indianapolis.

Coda has pushed back delivery date of its sedan to the third quarter of next year, back from the originally planned second quarter. Interim CEO Steven “Mac” Heller told car-research site Edmunds the delays were not connected with the recent departures of the company’s CEO; instead, he ordered the delays to make sure the cars get top quality control.

The White House is reviewing an EPA proposal to mandate 7.95 percent of gasoline sales next year to go to ethanol and biofuels, Reuters reports. The proposal is part of an overall congressional mandate that 13.95 billion gallons of renewable fuels be produced in 2011.

Fulcrum Bioenergy has received Department of Energy backing for an $120 million loan for a biofuels plant near Reno, BusinessWeek writes.