Pulse Energy Customers to Celebrate Earth Hour Saturday, March 31st

Vancouver, Canada, March 27, 2012 --(PR.com)-- To mark the fifth anniversary of Earth Hour, energy management software company Pulse Energy and its clients will be taking the lead on energy conservation. In honor of the world’s largest environmental event the people of Hartley Bay, a First Nations community in Northern BC, will aim for a 100% saving by turning off their sole source of electricity.

Pulse Energy has been involved with Earth Hour since it began in 2007, and now monitors over 800 facilities across North America. The University of British Columbia’s Vancouver campus will be running an energy-saving campaign for two of their residences. A news release outlining the efforts of Pulse Energy clients will be published soon after Earth Hour, including the organizations above, Royal BC Museum and City of Vancouver.

For more information and to arrange interviews with Pulse Energy staff and customers, please contact Peter Cavan.

What: Pulse Energy clients celebrating Earth Hour

When: Saturday March 31, 2012, 8.30 p.m. to 9.30 p.m. Representatives will be available for interview on the morning of Sunday April 1st

- David Helliwell & Owen Rogers, Pulse Energy

- Cameron Hill, Hartley Bay

- Andrew Parr, University of British Columbia

- David Alexander, Royal BC Museum

- City of Vancouver

Where: Across British Columbia, with representatives in the Vancouver area

Media Contact
Peter Cavan
Office: 778.331.0514
Cell: 778.386.5886

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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. www.pulseenergy.com
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