Wednesday, September 15, 2010
Technology Projects Aim to Transform Energy Management for Residents, Businesses
The city of Vancouver, Cisco and Pulse Energy announced a collaborative relationship designed to accelerate the development of Vancouver's green-energy goals. The effort with Cisco and Pulse Energy is the latest in Vancouver's ongoing initiatives to showcase the city as an economic hub for the advancement of clean technology, develop a network of specialized partners, and improve energy efficiency and management.
Beginning in 2010, the three parties will work to advance Vancouver's green-energy vision by implementing technologies for building-energy management, home-energy management, urban carbon-footprint reduction and data center efficiency.
Vancouver is consistently ranked as one of the most livable cities in the world and recently launched the Greenest City initiative with a goal of making Vancouver the greenest city in the world by 2020.
The city of Vancouver, Cisco and Pulse Energy are joining together to explore opportunities that will transform the city's energy and environmental strategy through the use of innovative technology
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