Pulse Energy earns top prize for new technology
VANCOUVER, BC – The Canadian Manufacturers & Exporters (CME) and the National Research Council of Canada (NRC-IRAP) announced the winners of their Regional Awards for New Technology this month, giving top prize for BC/Yukon to Vancouver’s Pulse Energy.
Pulse energy management software monitors, analyzes and reports on energy consumption, enabling buildings to reduce consumption anywhere from 5%-20%. The economic and environmental repercussions of this tool are profound, something that companies appreciate whether they’re aiming to cut operational costs or lower their carbon footprint-or both.
“Pulse Energy garnered top prize for their innovative excellence in a category that had very impressive competition. Each finalist excels in furthering Canada’s reputation as a worldwide leader in green technology,” said Craig Williams, CME BC Vice President.
The Regional Awards for New Technology provide Small Medium Enterprises (SMEs) with an opportunity to demonstrate their unique and innovative excellence in the development and application of new technologies. Each award is a celebration of Canadian innovation that is taking place across this country every day.
Pulse Energy has had an eventful month, celebrating their expansion to new downtown Vancouver headquarters and several prominent contracts. The Mayor of Vancouver, Gregor Robertson, also recently gave his support to Pulse Energy as a leader in the cleantech industry, announcing Pulse Energy software would be deployed in the city’s largest buildings and partner with BC Hydro as a part of Vancouver’s Green Capital Campaign.
For more information about Pulse Energy, visit www.pulseenergy.com.
January 19, 2010 By Newswire
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