prenova

prenova

[prē′nō·və]
(astronomy)
A star that is destined to become a nova, but whose outburst has not yet taken place.
McGraw-Hill Dictionary of Scientific & Technical Terms, 6E, Copyright © 2003 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.
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US energy and sustainability management specialist Ecova said it plans to take over Atlanta-based enterprise energy management firm Prenova for an undisclosed price.
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"There was almost a perfect storm that erupted in 2008," explains Scott Beaver, vice president of marketing for Atlanta-based Prenova.
22 November 2011 - US energy and sustainability management specialist Ecova said it plans to take over Atlanta-based enterprise energy management firm Prenova for an undisclosed price.
Taking a look at the performance of the refrigeration and HVAC units is important, but they should also be evaluated to determine their energy efficiency as a complete system, according to Ed Smith, CEO of Prenova, Inc., an energy management firm in Marietta, Ga.
Dollar Tree uses price risk management software from Prenova, Marietta, Ga., to generate market forecasts, identify strike prices by market and execute a plan for managing the dollar store operator's energy price volatility risk.
Prenova delivers the capability for optimizing HVAC and refrigeration assets as a single integrated system, enhancing reliability of retailers' energy-related business operations while minimizing costs.
"We're looking at the energy problem as an integrated process chain," says Ed Smith, president and CEO of Marietta, Ga.-based Prenova. "We know that if we can see the interactions between various parts of the chain, between the assets and the service and the energy use along with the supply, we can figure out a way to optimize each of those points as well as the components.
"We're seeing that all grocery chains are looking for ways to optimize the box," says Ed Smith, president and CEO of Marietta, Ga.-based Prenova. "How do you get an integrated view of the store and get to the point where you can start avoiding situations instead of reacting to them?