Welcome to PulsiV, one of the UK’s most dynamic technology businesses, dedicated to changing the energy sector for the better.

We are a team of scientists and engineers, focused on making the world’s energy work harder and smarter. Our technology addresses the issues facing the energy sector today, and is focused on building a cleaner, more efficient future for all.

The PulsiV technology harnesses the principles of high frequency, pulsed-power extraction techniques, establishing a new, unique method of harvesting more efficient energy for everything from commercial solar farms, to household electrical appliances.

Already gaining widespread recognition for our work, we want to lead the next generation of cutting-edge energy solutions, with our technology revolutionising the way power is generated, converted and supplied.


Our PulsiV technology generates more efficient, usable power. It addresses the growing demand for a consistent, cost-effective renewable energy...
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By analysing the dynamic interactions made between technology and power sources, we have developed a smarter method of converting...
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Imagine a world where we can get more energy from our household devices, without making any changes to the power source. That's exactly...
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Building a brighter future.

We formed PulsiV in 2015, initially to address the growing demand for a more efficient means of harvesting energy from commercial solar panels, supported by landmark research conducted by Dr Zaki Ahmed, at Plymouth University.

Our technology is based on examining the relationships between devices and power sources; converting energy into efficient, low impact usable electricity, whilst maximising the benefits to the end user. We soon discovered that the PulsiV technology can have multiple applications, potentially changing the way in which power is generated, converted and supplied in everyday life.

 

 

Follow our journey with news & updates

Pulsiv's team secures Innovate UK funding to reach its next milestone

University of Plymouth spin-out Pulsiv Solar has secured a UK government grant to reach an important milestone in the development of its patented, energy-efficient solar power technology.

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Best Scientific Paper Award

(3rd IEEE Transportation Electrification Conference and Expo Asia-Pacific (ITEC2016BUSAN) – Busan, South Korea)

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First employee arrives at PulsiV, along with the secondment of Dr Mohamed Zaki Ahmed

Matt Blackler has been announced as the first full time employee at PulsiV, taking the position of Senior Electronics Engineer.

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We are partnered with the following organisations...
Plymouth Uni
Frontier Group
PSP