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NovaVis to publish the “NovaVis25”- twenty five people in offshore alternative renewable energy to watch in 2018

Posted by Web Master 6 on December 11, 2017 7:30 AM EST
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NovaVis to publish the “NovaVis25”- twenty five people in offshore alternative renewable energy to watch in 2018

Norfolk, Va. – 6 November 2017 - NovaVis, LLC ( www.novavis.org).  NovaVis is excited to announce that it will publish its annual “NovaVis25” list of people in offshore alternative renewable energy to watch in 2018. The continued support and partnership in the creation of the Trans-Atlantic Bridge for the industry supply chain is a major focus of the NovaVis25.

There are no geographic, industry, academic or technology restrictions as to nominees. All areas of expertise are welcome to participate.

Please forward your prospective nominee(s) to NovaVis @ crdcose@gmail.com

The nomination period will end on January 15, 2018.

"NovaVis has had the luxury of engaging with world class companies and individuals in the area of offshore alternative renewable energy. We have had another great year in offshore alternative renewable energy. This global cooperation and collaboration has set the foundation for offshore alternative energy in the United States. We are keen to recognize the leaders in this area as the people to watch in 2018”…says NovaVis Executive Director, Charles Decuir.

NovaVis is a next generation technology platform, which has a focus on global Supply Chain economies and logistics. The NovaVis platform is a live Supply Chain Ecosystem connecting the various suppliers and developers in a constantly engaging and an ever evolving framework. NovaVis has developed a technology platform for identifying the vendors for offshore alternative renewable energy in order to provide a coordinated approach in capturing risk mitigation and cost reduction by virtue of a consolidated approach. 

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