Canada’s National EUREKA Office selects Green Power Labs for Smart Cities Delegation

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On April 26-28, 2016, Canada’s EUREKA Office at the National Research Council of Canada (NRC), in collaboration with VINNOVA (Sweden’s Innovation Agency) and the Embassy of Canada to Sweden, is organizing a mission to the “EUREKA Innovation Week” in Stockholm, under the theme “Smart Cities –Sustainable & Attractive Communities”. Over 750 participants from Europe and beyond are expected to attend, largely SMEs and MNEs interested in learning more about what Europe is doing in this field, showcasing Smart Cities technologies, products and services, and establishing partnerships and projects.

“We are excited to be on the Canadian team showcasing to the European market our country’s innovative technology for creating, building and managing healthy, sustainable communities,” said Marlene Moore, VP Marketing at Green Power Labs Inc. “She added “using our predictive analytics platform and advanced in-house expertise in energy controls, we have innovative predictive controls solutions for various ‘Smart City’ applications.”For Smart Grid in Smart Cities the company merges its predictive analytics and controls to advance energy management in distribution grids. Moore commented, “Our supervisory predictive grid control enables distributed energy resources to support operating conditions in the grid, making our utility partners capable of unleashing the full potential of distributed energy generation. “ And for Smart Buildings application of the company’s high resolution weather forecasting and artificial intelligence-based building energy modeling improves building energy management. “Our supervisory predictive building control enables pre-heating or pre-cooling of commercial buildings in the anticipation of changes in weather conditions, reducing building energy use, cost and carbon footprint.”

Green Power Labs is a leading predictive analytics company and an internationally recognized solar forecast expert. Using predictive analytics to forecast the sun’s immense capacity as a power generation resource and its passive heat impact on our living spaces is the niche in which the company has developed a world class reputation.