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PowerHub is a Toronto-based asset management software built for the Renewable Energy Industry.

PVBUZZ MEDIA // ONTARIO — PowerHub, a leading renewable energy asset management software platform, announces a policy update for all corporate employees.

As of November 23rd, 2023, all current and future company employees will benefit from a new Short-Term Remote Work program.

PowerHub recognizes the need for flexibility and an effective work-life balance in line with a commitment to empower its exceptional team. This policy allows employees who have been with the company for at least one year to apply for fully remote work requests. Under this program, employees can choose to work remotely from anywhere.

“At PowerHub, we are dedicated to cultivating an environment where our team can thrive professionally and personally,” said Phil Obendorf, CEO of PowerHub. “This new remote work option reflects our commitment to flexibility, acknowledging that life’s opportunities and inspirations can be found beyond the office walls.”

This new employee policy is more than a simple corporate update; it’s an empowerment tool that enables an effective work-life balance. PowerHub encourages its team to take advantage of this unfettering program, which can help boost creativity and performance.

“We believe in providing opportunities that enhance our team’s well-being while improving project delivery,” said Tina Markovski, Manager, People & Culture. “This short-term remote work option aligns with our culture of trust and connectivity, reinforcing that our team’s diverse experiences contribute to the richness of our work.”

About PowerHub

PowerHub is a leading Toronto-based asset management software platform built for the Renewable Energy Industry. For over 11 years, the company’s mission has been and still is, to develop and deliver best-in-class solutions that contribute to the successful growth of renewable energy projects globally.

PowerHub was acquired by BayWa r.e. a leading global renewable energy developer, service provider, distributor and energy solutions provider, actively shaping the future of energy.

To learn more about PowerHub, visit www.powerhub.com.
To learn more about BayWa r.e. visit www.baywa-re.com.

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