Kontrol Energy Corp. (CSE: KNR) (OTCQB: KNRLF) (FSE: 1K8) Uplists to OTCQB Venture Market

Kontrol Energy focuses on smart-energy solutions for North American customers The company is entering the cannabis sector with its energy-efficiency and emission-compliant solutions Kontrol Energy recently commenced trading on the OTCQB Venture Market

Based in Vaughan, Ontario, Kontrol Energy Corp. (CSE: KNR) (OTC: KNRLF) (FSE: 1K8) is a leader in the energy efficiency sector via IoT (Internet of Things), cloud and SaaS (Software as a Service) technology. The company integrates smart-energy devices, energy software and energy retrofits to help organizations benefit from energy cost savings while reducing greenhouse gas emissions. Kontrol offers its SmartMax intelligent energy technology. Recently, Kontrol Energy was named as the seventh-fastest growing start-up in Canada in 2018 by Canadian Business and Maclean’s.

The company’s specialty is the assimilation of smart-energy technologies and solutions for North American commercial and industrial property owners and operators. Kontrol is focusing on the large North American marketplace, where up to 30 percent of energy is wasted. As such, more than $50 billion is lost each year because of…

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