Pulse Energy and Customers Take the Lead for Earth Hour
Vancouver, Canada, March 25, 2013 --(PR.com)-- Pulse Energy, energy intelligence software developer
for utilities and their commercial customers, commemorated its sixth year of active involvement with the
global Earth Hour movement.
Three BC organizations in particular worked with Pulse Energy to reduce their energy consumption by
15.3% during Saturday night's Earth Hour, representing another successful year of widespread action.
Vancouver City Hall saved an impressive 22%, the Royal BC Museum 18%, and Library Square 6%.
Over the course of a year, if Canada were to reduce its electricity consumption by just 5% that would
result in almost $2 billion of avoided energy costs to consumers and significant environmental benefits.
This year's achievements highlight the City of Vancouver's selection as Global Earth Hour Capital by the
World Wildlife Fund, together with national and People's Choice awards. These distinctions were in large
part due to Vancouver's Greenest City 2020 Action Plan, which encourages sustainable municipal
practices and green private-sector employers such as Pulse Energy.
About Pulse Energy: Pulse Energy is the leading global provider of energy intelligence software (EIS) for
utilities to deliver improved energy efficiency and customer satisfaction to their commercial customers.
2012 saw Pulse Energy expand its customer base to three of North America's five largest utilities, with
recent deals in Canada, the United States and Europe. The company was founded in 2006 with a mission
to make the world's buildings more energy efficient while having a positive impact on society. The
downtown Vancouver office is actively hiring software developers and other sales people to allow the
company to continue to stay on top in a growing global market.
See pulseenergy.com/careers to learn more and join the team.
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