Dr. Noah Goldstein Joins Board of Advisors

NEW YORK, NY - Today, Novele is happy to announce that Dr. Noah Goldstein has joined the company’s Board of Advisors. Dr. Goldstein brings a unique insight into energy efficiency and building technologies and is currently a director within Navigant’s technology focus area, with an emphasis on clean-tech and building technologies innovation in the market. He focuses on strategic engagement in topics of energy efficiency, building energy management, and applied sustainability. As the director of building research at Navigant, he has led research on Zero Energy Buildings, Energy Management Systems in commercial buildings, and corporate strategy.

“Energy resilience is going to grow in importance for cities and corporations,” said Dr. Goldstein. “Novele is creating a unique, distributed approach that is both accessible and timely. It is exciting to be advising Novele on how design and energy meet to serve building tenants, and bringing smart cities into reality.”

“I’m very excited to welcome Dr. Noah Goldstein to Novele’s Advisory Board,” said AJ Glassberg, Novele’s CEO. “He has already been a tremendous resource for us as we work with different developers and building owners. I look forward to working with him closer as Novele grows in size and works towards energy efficient smart buildings and cities.”

Prior to joining Navigant, Dr. Goldstein was a scientist at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, where he led research on energy systems informatics and energy efficiency as well as led sustainability compliance for the DOE site. Dr. Goldstein is the chair of the External Advisory Board at the University of California, Merced. Dr. Goldstein holds a BA in biology from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and an MA and PhD in geography from the University of California, Santa Barbara.

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Novele designs, manufactures and sells revolutionary energy storage and control devices for buildings in ultra dense cities.

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