Birmingham Breakfast Seminar: UPS - protecting the future

On Wednesday 13 September, Powerstar is hosting a free to attend breakfast seminar at the Best Western Westley Hotel that will provide the perfect platform to explore the importance of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) in the future energy landscape over breakfast and a cup of coffee.

Attendees of the seminar will gain the opportunity to explore and discuss the current constraints on the electricity network and the supply issues across the UK which are causing a high demand for UPS functionality across businesses from every industry.

 

By allowing a site to function entirely off-grid when needed, UPS can play a crucial role in securing the supply and protecting businesses from expensive power failures. During the seminar, Powerstar will go into detail on how businesses can use UPS to protect themselves against the fluctuations of the electricity network.

 

Seminar Details

Date: Wednesday, 13 September, 2017

Time: 8:30 – 10:00 (BST)

Venue: Best Western Westley Hotel. Westley Road, Birmingham, West Midlands, B27 7UJ

RSVP: Register online or via email to events@powerstar.com

 

This seminar also allows guests the chance to gain a better understanding of how the traditional systems that can provide UPS are struggling to remain viable as technology progresses. The event will discuss alternative solutions such as battery-based energy storage. The properties of battery-based energy storage will be explained including the reasons why it is considered to be future proof and its scalability.

Delegates will receive refreshments upon arrival.

To register for the seminar, visit the event booking page by clicking here.


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