“Atlantic Canadian universities rank among the best in world. And their graduates enter the workforce with strong skills and a work ethic that is of significant value to companies like Green Power Labs”, said Marlene Moore, VP Marketing. “Our company is focused on delivering innovation based on our strength in predictive analytics and controls to better manage energy use in the commercial building market. Our clients are demanding solutions to reduce energy costs, maintain occupant comfort and attract tenants interested in occupying building space where the focus in reduced carbon footprint,” Moore added.
“To design, develop and deliver our predictive energy management products we need intelligent, resourceful problem solvers, and we are pleased to announce that Dustin Ott, a recent graduate of University of New Brunswick Engineering Department has joined our firm.” Dustin joins Green Power Labs’ multi-disciplinary team and his work will focus on design enhancements to the company’s predictive building controls solution for energy management in commercial building spaces. “We certainly encourage companies to look closely at Atlantic Canadian university graduates; they are among the best and brightest in Canada.”
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.
Founded in 1785, University of New Brunswick (UNB) offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 60 disciplines and continuing education in a variety of fields.