As buildings and electricity grids begin to take advantage of a wide range of technological and regulatory developments, there are unprecedented opportunities to improve the management of the world’s energy and to increase energy productivity in millions of buildings around the world.
Pulse Energy was founded in 2006 to make a rapid and significant impact on the energy efficiency of the world’s buildings. Our co-founders come from complementary backgrounds; one from the energy sector and then managing energy for 700 million square feet of office buildings, and the other from being co-founder and CEO of one of the world’s leading Business Intelligence companies.
Our Energy Management Software technology, Pulse™, was developed in partnership with a number of leading organizations with advanced building automation and metering systems already in place. By designing the entire product around the needs of facility managers, energy managers, operations managers, and executives, we have created an energy management solution of unrivaled accuracy, ease of use and relevance. In fact, Pulse™ has been recognized by the UC Berkeley Center for the Built Environment as one of the top three products in the energy visualization market.
News on Pulse Energy
PwC just announced the 20 companies shortlisted for its Vision to Reality awards. The awards celebrate Canada’s "most dynamic and visionary technology firms." The shortlist will be... more
Vancouver's Pulse Energy announced today what could be the next evolution of energy efficiency in California. Working in collaboration with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), Pulse... more
The Pacific Gas & Electric Company and energy consultant firm PECI have partnered with Vancouver software startup Pulse Energy to jointly implement a technology assessment focused on... more
British Columbia's cleantech sector is emerging as one of the strongest contingents for recovery from the market downturn of 2008 and many believe it has been driving the market’s return.... more
The city of Vancouver, Cisco and Pulse Energy announced yesterday at the Shanghai World Expo a collaborative relationship designed to accelerate the development of Vancouver's green-energy goals.... more
Vancouver's Pulse Energy is back on board with WWF's Earth Hour 2010 to encourage organizations to take part in Earth Hour later today and to make a commitment to action on climate change through... more
On Tuesday, March 23rd the Vancouver Enterprise Forum (VEF) is hosting Winning the Cleantech Game – Real Growth Stories hosted by Yaletown Venture Partners' Kirk Washington. Cleantech is one... more
On March 23rd the Vancouver Enterprise Forum is hosting Winning the Cleantech Game – Real Growth Stories hosted by Yaletown Venture Partners' Kirk Washington. Cleantech is one of the... more
Vancouver's Rocket Builders announced their eighth annual Ready to Rocket 25 list this evening naming 25 privately held BC companies that are "best positioned to capitalize on the 2010 technology... more
BC Hydro and Pulse Energy announced yesterday that they have launched an online Venue Energy Tracker to monitor energy consumption for 2010 Winter Olympic Games sites within the cities of Vancouver... more
This morning at the AURP 2009 Annual Conference at the Westin Bayshore, host Dale Gann of the Vancouver Island Technology Park (VITP) got into the action during the industry track The Power of... more
David Helliwell of Small Energy Group was one of the experts on hand at the BCTIA’s IMPACT series, held at the Hyatt Regency in downtown Vancouver this Thursday. Helliwell pointed out that... more
BCTIA's IMPACT Speaker Series features Finalists and Winners of the BCTIA Annual Technology Impact Awards - representatives of these featured companies share their successes, lessons learned and... more
Hot off the packets come the list of Round 4 Finalists in the New Ventures BC competition. We've been following this competition since April when a record setting 176 companies entered for their... more