05/21/2018

Power Factors, LLC Appoints Gary Meyers as President

Power Factors, LLC, a leading independent software and services provider for renewable energy, has appointed Gary Meyers as President. With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Meyers has held a wide range of senior executive positions and has a proven track record of driving profitable growth in enterprise technology companies.

Power Factors, LLC Appoints Gary Meyers as President

by Power Factors

Power Factors, LLC, a leading independent software and services provider for renewable energy, has appointed Gary Meyers as President. With over 30 years of experience, Mr. Meyers has held a wide range of senior executive positions and has a proven track record of driving profitable growth in enterprise technology companies.

“I’m very pleased that Gary has joined Power Factors,” said Power Factors SVP of Business Development Dave Roberts. “Gary is known for tremendous leadership skills and developing cultures of success in companies entering high growth phases. His tireless commitment to technology, process and innovation will ensure that Power Factors continues its upward trajectory as a global technology leader for renewable energy.”

“I’m very proud to be a part of the Power Factors team,” noted Meyers. “The energy and deep domain expertise of the entire staff is evident the moment you step through the door. Everywhere you turn, you find people who have lived and breathed renewables operations.The experience they share with our customers drives their commitment to building a platform that will change how renewable power portfolios are managed. I am looking forward to working with the team as we look to aggressively scale the company.”

Prior to joining Power Factors, Mr. Meyers was most recently CEO of FusionOps and VP and General Manager of Synopsys after its acquisition of Synplicity, Inc. in which he was CEO.  Mr. Meyers also served as Chairman of Exar Corporation. He earned his MBA at the University of California, Los Angeles, and Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering at University of Maryland, College Park.

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