Vancouver’s Pulse Energy announced today that it has been named one of the Technology Green 15 companies by Deloitte.

Pulse Energy (formerly named Small Energy Group) was the second prize winner in 2008.

The award showcases 15 Canadian companies that are leading the way to create major breakthroughs in the field of green technology.

Pulse Energy won for the significant environmental and economic impact of the Pulse Platform – a scalable software platform designed for all commercial and institutional energy users, which promotes energy intelligence, engages building occupants, and accurately measures and verifies energy performance in real time. With Pulse, utilities are able to promote energy intelligence, support efficiency objectives, meet regulatory requirements and improve customer satisfaction.

“This award recognizes the success of our customers and the hard work of our product teams, who work in partnership to improve the software on a daily basis,” said David Helliwell, co-founder and CEO of Pulse Energy. “We’ll continue helping utilities and their commercial users make buildings more energy efficient while having a positive impact on society.”

“The Deloitte Technology Green 15™ Award winners deliver innovative solutions that promote an efficient use of the earth’s resources,” said Richard Lee, National Leader, Technology, Media & Telecommunications Industry Group, Deloitte. “Pulse Energy is an outstanding example of a company that is creating technology solutions that reduce environmental impacts while improving operational performance and productivity.”

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