prenova

prenova

[prē′nō·və]
(astronomy)
A star that is destined to become a nova, but whose outburst has not yet taken place.
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Nark was President and CEO of Prenova, a privately-held technology-enabled energy management services provider to the commercial and industrial marketplace.
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.
M2 EQUITYBITES-November 22, 2011-Ecova announces intent to acquire Prenova Inc to grow client base(C)2011 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
There was almost a perfect storm that erupted in 2008," explains Scott Beaver, vice president of marketing for Atlanta-based Prenova.
Before Prenova he was President and CEO of GEOCOMtms, providing fleet management software solutions to the oil and gas markets.
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.
Ecova acquired LPB Energy Management in January 2012 and Prenova in November 2011.
Dollar Tree uses price risk management software from Prenova, Marietta, Ga.
For over ten years, Prenova has been helping companies control energy spend by reducing utility costs and improving energy efficiency," said Michael Nark, President and CEO of Prenova.
Prenova has developed a remote monitoring system that relays operational data and conditions to a central database.