Jason Novack

Mr. Jason A. Novack has nearly 20-years of large-scale stateside and international project management experience. Early in his career, he started his electrical apprenticeship in Los Angeles, California, USA. Shortly thereafter, he volunteered for the US Navy and continued his apprentice program during his deployment for Operation Enduring Freedom in the Middle East.
Since his honorable discharge from the Navy in 2002, Mr. Novack has joined the civilian work force on many large-scale jobs including the Mt. Signal solar project, a 330MW single-axis tracker in Calipatria, California, a 150MW single-axis tracker, the Guam Dandan 25.65MW fixed solar site, and replacement of reactor vessel heads and generators at the San Onofre Nuclear Generating Station in San Clemente, California. Mr. Novack worked overseas as a Master Electrician and in Project Management in Iraq, Afghanistan, and North Africa with Kellogg Brown and Root, Ingglett and Stubbs International, and the United States Army CJSOTF Special Forces Contract, for Operation Enduring Freedom, Operation Iraqi Freedom, and New Dawn.
Jason A. Novack has spent his adult life in the pursuit of continuing his education in the ever-evolving trade of the electrical field. He has travelled to and worked with local residents and communities in over 9 countries. Mr. Novack has honed his abilities to work with many other cultures around the world to accomplish great and memorable projects and looks forward to many more.

You can contact Jason at Jason@solrevenergy.com