Raleigh, N.C., Oct. 8, 2013 – The North Carolina Technology Association (NCTA) has named Power Analytics™, a leader in advanced energy and power management solutions, a finalist in its annual NCTA 21 Awards in two categories: the Clean Technology Award and Most Innovative Small Company Award. The NCTA 21 Awards is North Carolina’s only statewide technology awards program, recognizing companies and individuals who have characterized excellence, innovation and leadership in 21 categories.
Power Analytics is among a small group of North Carolina companies to be named a finalist in more than one category for the annual technology awards. In addition to Power Analytics, other finalists include Cree, GEEP, Phononic Devices in the Clean Technology Award category and CloudWyze, Odiglia among others in the Most Innovative Small Company category.
The awards process culminates with the NCTA 21 awards ceremony on November 7 where nearly 800 leaders from across the state will gather to celebrate the tech sector and honor the winners and finalists in each category.
Power Analytics President and CTO Kevin Meagher said, “We are excited to be named a finalist in two categories of the prestigious NCTA Awards. Our team is proud of the accomplishments we have achieved and it’s an honor to be recognized by the Association.”
The North Carolina Technology Association is the statewide membership association for the tech sector. NCTA serves organizations and their people through events, advocacy, virtual networks and resources.
About Power Analytics Corporation
Used by the power industry for more than 25 years, Power Analytics’ software solutions have surged to the forefront of the electrical system planning, operation and smart grid market space for use in energy intensive, mission-critical facilities and microgrids. Paladin® products currently protect more than $120 billion in customer assets including financial data centers, air traffic control sites, military installations, deep sea oil platforms, and power generation and distribution facilities. The company is a small business with headquarters in San Diego, Calif., and a smart grid center of excellence in Raleigh, N.C.
Power Analytics’ Paladin Software gives energy management and electrical engineering professionals control over their critical power infrastructures from design and modeling to simulation and analysis, saving hundreds of thousands of dollars, minimizing downtime, recovering stranded load capacity, reducing energy costs and optimizing business continuity. For more information about Power Analytics and its products, visit www.PowerAnalytics.com