Pulse Energy Releases 2012 McGill University Case Study

Pulse Energy, leading Energy Information Software (EIS) company, today released a case study on its project at Montreal's McGill University. The institution is on track to meet ambitious conservation goals, with savings identified, validated and communicated by the PulseTM Platform.

The Pulse Platform provides energy managers at McGill with advanced analysis and tools, and engages students and the wider community with real-time energy dashboards displayed online. The university chose Pulse Energy in 2011, to support their Sustainability Policy’s 12% energy conservation target.

In one instance, analysis provided by the software alerted facilities staff to inefficient overnight demand patterns in two campus buildings, consuming 75,000kWh/month more than the Pulse Adaptive Model predicted. Staff were able to quickly rectify the issues, reducing energy use by 25% and saving $2000 each month with no capital investment.

North America’s leading universities use Pulse Energy solutions to meet conservation targets, ensure persistence of savings and engage the campus community. The software powers the sustainability goals of the University of British Columbia, University of California at Berkeley and Simon Fraser University.

Visit the Pulse Energy case studies portal to learn more about the Pulse Platform in action at McGill University and across North America.

About Pulse Energy: Pulse Energy helps utilities to achieve regulated efficiency targets and boost customer satisfaction. This is achieved through the Pulse™ Platform: a scalable software solution for commercial buildings that delivers insight to improve performance, engages occupants, and accurately measures and verifies energy performance. To learn more visit www.pulseenergy.com.



Peter Cavan, Pulse Energy
778.331.0514, peter.cavan@pulseenergy.com

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