Vancouver, Canada, September 16, 2013 --(PR.com
)-- Pulse Energy, global leaders in energy intelligence for utilities' commercial customers, today announced the next evolution of energy efficiency in California.
Working in collaboration with Pacific Gas and Electric Company (PG&E), Pulse Energy will launch an emerging technologies pilot called Business Energy Reports. The focus of this pilot is to help the utility’s small and medium business (SMB) customers reduce energy waste by giving them new insight into their energy consumption.
“The new and innovative Business Energy Reports deliver personalized assessments of a business’ energy use and offers customized recommendations for saving energy, all in one easy-to-read report,” said Brent Bowker, Pulse Energy’s Project Lead. "We are looking forward to engaging underserved small to medium business customers and offer a simple path towards sustained energy conservation.”
The Business Energy Reports pilot will mail targeted energy insights to 15,000 SMBs in Fall 2013. The analysis is provided by PulseTM Check – energy software built specifically for the needs of small and medium businesses, grounded in industry-leading behavioral research into how such organizations can optimize their operations. Every customer in the PG&E pilot will receive a report customized for their business, with customized recommendations relevant to their usage and industry.
PG&E’s business customers will join Pulse Check users at utilities across North America and Europe. For more information on Pulse Check, please visit www.pulsenergy.com/check. The Business Energy Reports pilot is funded by California utility customers and administered by PG&E under the auspices of the California Public Utilities Commission.
Pulse Energy is the global leader in energy intelligence for utilities' commercial customers, helping them 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. The platform was built for utility-grade security and scalability, with over 700,000 businesses in the system. www.pulseenergy.com