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Power Analytics, a provider of electrical power software solutions, has named Michael J. Nark president and CEO, effective Aug. 22. In addition, Nark will serve on the company's board of directors.

He succeeds Mark A. Ascolese, who has served as CEO since 2008; Ascolese will now become executive chairman of the board.

Nark brings extensive experience in sales, marketing and operations for software and technology-enabled service delivery businesses. Prior to joining Power Analytics, Nark was president and CEO of Prenova, an energy management services provider to the commercial and industrial marketplace. Before Prenova, he was president and CEO of GEOCOMtms, providing fleet management software solutions to the oil and gas markets.



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