Pulse Energy Brings Energy Tracking Technology to Richard Branson’s Carbon War Room in Vancouver

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Technology provider among corporate, NGO and entrepreneurial leaders at event

We are honored to come to the table with such a distinguished group of green business and municipal leaders and look forward to helping implement the great ideas we know will emerge from these events

Pulse Energy, the energy management software maker that is providing energy consumption tracking systems to the 2010 Winter Olympic Games, will take part in top-level forums on sustainability and business taking place over the next week in Vancouver. In particular, Pulse Energy CEO David Helliwell will be speaking at the Carbon War Room, co-founded by business mogul Richard Branson, on February 17.

In addition to speaking at the Carbon War Room, Helliwell will attend today’s Wal-Mart Green Business Summit, taking place at the Pan Pacific Hotel in Vancouver. The Green Business Summit will include case studies of innovative energy-reduction, waste management and recycling initiatives by Wal-Mart, Coca-Cola and other companies. Pulse Energy will also be presenting at a number of Olympic-related events, including a Board of Trade organized panel on sustainable business and a number of events organized by Olympic host governments to welcome business leaders from around the world.

“The 2010 Winter Olympics, which are being described as the greenest ever, provide a perfect backdrop for what promises to be a productive Carbon War Room session with a powerful group of people who are setting out to implement a new model to finance energy efficiency retrofits in millions of buildings around the world,” said Pulse Energy CEO David Helliwell. “We are honored to come to the table with such a distinguished group of green business and municipal leaders and look forward to helping implement the great ideas we know will emerge from these events.”

Pulse Energy’s energy management software technology, which is currently used in university facilities, government buildings and a variety of other areas, gives facilities managers information to make smarter decisions about energy consumption, helping them reduce costs as well as their organizations’ carbon footprint.

The company’s Venue Energy Tracker, which is being used at the 2010 Olympic Games in Vancouver, marks the first time Olympic venues have collected and publicly reported on energy consumption during Games time. Each participating site will have a dashboard monitoring real-time energy consumption, and the dashboard will help venue managers to make smarter choices about how and when to use electricity. You can see the tracker in action at http://www.VenueEnergyTracker.com.

About Pulse Energy
Pulse Energy was founded in 2006 to make a rapid and significant impact on the energy efficiency of the world’s buildings. Its 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, Pulse has 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.

For more information, visit http://www.pulseenergy.com.

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