IDGC previously Completed Acquisition of Controlling Interest in Noveda Technologies November 4, 2019
SAN DIEGO, CA / ACCESSWIRE / December 11, 2019 / ID Global Corporation (IDGC) (OTC PINK:IDGC) (the “Company” or “IDGC”), a diversified holdings company, is pleased to announce the full integration of Noveda Technologies, existing customer base and platform which includes: Real Time M&V Dashboard, Energy Flow Monitor, Sunflow Monitor, Energy Flow Monitor, Smart-Grid, and Net-Zero Facilities.
Mr. Dalsey, Chairman and CEO, states. “Using Noveda’s monitoring platform, our customers, for example, can view their energy consumption and see their savings in real-time.
New Management has taken another step on executing the company’s corporate focus and vision. The company will continue aggressively seeking experienced management and board members
Their patented ‘software as a service’ (SaaS) solutions empowers stakeholder communities to make smart grid a reality by reducing energy and water usage, optimizing performance of renewable energy systems, and reducing the carbon footprint for its customers across commercial/retail, industrial, government, education, and utility sectors, including cannabis industry.
Customers see an immediate reduction in energy costs and pay for the service over a 5 or 10-year contract. After the contract period, the customers own their equipment outright while maintaining annual subscription for the monitoring. https://www.noveda.com
About ID Global Corp
ID GLOBAL CORP is a publicly traded (OTC: IDGC) diversified holdings company that has strategic investments and is focusing on acquisitions in the Smart City (IoT) 4.0 industry. Structured as partnership subsidiaries, IDGC enables the growth and development of the acquired businesses with the goal of maximizing their value prior to an exchange listed spinoff. IDGC is looking to consolidate and roll-up the highly fragmented new IoT applications and 4.0 industries which enable Smart City development. https://www.idgc.io.
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Jules Adrian Dalsey
SOURCE: ID Global Corporation
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