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Awards of Excellence from the City of Vancouver

Share As a company passionate about having a major impact on the built environment, we’re fortunate to be headquartered in one of the most livable cities in the world. To celebrate the achievements that make Vancouver a greener, more diverse and prosperous city, the City of Vancouver held their inaugural Awards of Excellence ceremony this […]

Former Tantalus President and CEO Joins Pulse Energy Executive Team

Share Vancouver BC – Pulse Energy, the global leaders in energy intelligence for utilities’ commercial customers, announced today that Eric Murray has joined the company as Executive Vice President of Customer Operations. Murray brings a wealth of experience from a variety of executive roles, most recently as President and CEO of Tantalus. He has also […]

This Week in Energy Efficiency News - June 17, 2014

Share Utilities   PPL and Riverstone are spinning off their competitive energy businesses in a new publicly traded corporation, Talen Energy. PPL Corporation will continue operating as a regulated utility in Kentucky, Pennsylvania and the UK. Source: Marketwatch Utilities – Energy Efficiency Plans   KCP&L and other interested parties reached an agreement to expand the utility’s […]

Event Recap: The 2014 Annual Pulse Energy Retreat

Share The people at any organization are the heart of the company, determining the success of the teams, product and everything in between. At Pulse Energy, we’re fortunate to work with some very talented people who contribute to making us a success every day. While our team is constantly growing, one of the wonderful things […]

Positive Results of the EPA’s New Rules: Increased Energy Efficiency

Share In a widely anticipated move, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) this week released a notice that proposes cutting coal plant carbon dioxide emissions up to 30 percent by 2030 from 2005 levels. As the Obama administration’s most prominent move on addressing climate change, once implemented this proposal will cut 500 million metric tons of […]

The Secret to Increased Lighting Efficiency (According to Forbes)

Share We know we should pay attention to it, we know it’s important. Yet convincing companies to make energy efficiency a priority is a significant challenge.  Why do so many cost-effective lighting projects never get off the ground? For many companies, energy costs remain a significant monthly expense, despite the fact that one-time investments in […]

Pulse Energy in Top 100 BC Tech Companies of 2014

Share Since our company was founded in 2006, we have been working hard to bring the Pulse Platform to utilities all over the globe while building a world-class team to deliver a great product. Like many startups with a good idea in the early days, it has taken time and effort to reach where we are […]

Hidden Opportunities for Increased Energy Efficiency: The Whole-Building Approach to Commercial Retrofits

Share Commercial building retrofit programs are part of many utilities’ energy efficiency portfolios. But not every retrofit is made equal. The American Council for an Energy-Efficiency Economy (ACEEE)’s recent report shows how utilities and building owners can take advantage of a more holistic retrofit strategy to achieve deeper savings – using a “whole-building” approach.   […]

This Week in Energy Efficiency News - May 27, 2014

Share Utilities Satisfaction levels for utilities increase when customers are aware and engaged in multiple program offerings, according to the J.D. Power 2014 Consumer Engagement Study. The study measures the level of residential customers’ engagement with their electric utility’s programs, products and services and is based on responses from customers of electric utilities throughout the […]

The Cheapest Energy Resource? It’s Still Energy Efficiency

Share Forget investing in additional generation; if you want the most bang for your buck, energy efficiency remains the cheapest way to provide electricity and natural gas to residents and businesses according to two recent studies from the American Council for an Energy-Efficient Economy (ACEEE) and the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. Collecting electricity and natural […]