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Companies join forces to target energy management for industry

Mississauga, ON -- Carlo Gavazzi (Canada) Inc. and Pulse Energy have formed a strategic partnership to supply ...


Industry

January 22, 2010
By MRO Magazine


Industries

Mississauga, ON — Carlo Gavazzi (Canada) Inc. and Pulse Energy have formed a strategic partnership to supply energy management solutions to the Canadian market. Pulse Energy will use Carlo Gavazzi’s energy meters and transducers to enable its software subscribers to make rapid real-time decisions on their energy usage and to support strategies for energy cost savings.

 

In addition, Carlo Gavazzi will use Pulse Energy’s software to add value to its new and existing energy metering equipment. “We believe that Pulse Energy’s subscriber-based Energy Monitoring and Management software brings tremendous value to a broad range of clients, from institutional and commercial through to industrial facilities,” said Duncan Curd, Carlo Gavazzi’s vice-president of sales.

 

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“Pulse Energy is pleased to be working with Carlo Gavazzi Canada Inc.,” said David Helliwell, Pulse Energy co-founder. “This partnership will quickly help organizations around the world to make rapid and affordable improvements to their energy efficiency.”

 

Carlo Gavazzi (Canada) Inc. is a wholly owned subsidiary of Carlo Gavazzi AG, an international electronics group with activities in the design, manufacturing and marketing of electronic and electrical equipment that specializes in the industrial automation, building automation and energy markets.

 

Pulse Energy helps owners, operators and occupants of medium to large buildings to reduce energy use by up to 20% by identifying energy-wasting anomalies in real time. Pulse energy management software monitors, analyzes and reports on energy information to find anomalies in energy consumption, among other benefits that help facility managers make better choices about how and when energy is used.

 

The company is working with leading utilities, universities, facility management companies, hospitals, communities, and industrial customers to help to improve energy efficiency.