- LBNL research paper, “Evaluation of the Predictive Accuracy of Five Whole-Building Baseline Models”, compares the Pulse Adaptive Model (PAM) to four other predictive models and finds that PAM leads the pack at predicting building energy use.
- Combining Energy Information Software (EIS) with the onsite expertise of a consultant is becoming industry best practice for generating energy savings in existing building commissioning programs.
- McGill University used Pulse Energy’s cloud-based platform to better manage their energy use, identify savings opportunities and improve operational efficiency; while validating and communicating energy savings of up to 25%.
- In BC Hydro’s Continuous Optimization program, 96% of customers chose Pulse as their energy management software. Pulse Energy’s investment in actively supporting the program objectives and educating customers had a considerable impact on user adoption.
- Global architects Perkins+Will achieved daily reductions of energy consumption of up to 40% through an inter office competition. The competition between seven offices across North America engaged over 500 employees and drove behaviour change over the two-week event.
- As part of their continued commitment to sustainable business practices, VITP uses Pulse to assist stakeholders and building occupants to reduce energy consumption, cut operational costs and minimize the park’s impact on the natural environment.
- In the fall of 2009, BC School District 50 connected several of their buildings to the Pulse™ Energy Information System in an effort to improve the district’s energy performance. Almost immediately, the software was able to uncover a significant opportunity for savings.