Complimentary seminars to show business how to reduce operating costs and improve energy efficiency

Leading voltage optimisation company EMSc UK Ltd is inviting businesses in London, East Anglia and East Midlands to attend complimentary Continuing Professional/Personal Development (CPD) seminars that will inform business professionals how they can reduce operating costs and improve overall efficiency through voltage optimisation.

The London seminar is scheduled for Wednesday 25th January and will be held at the Wellcome Collection Conference Centre. The East Anglia seminar will take place on 21st February at the Norwich City Football Club; and the East Midlands seminar will be held at Nottingham Conferences on 22nd February.

Attendees to the seminars will be able to identify low carbon initiatives, energy legislation and voltage optimisation solutions that can form part of their sustainability strategies, including presentations from industry experts and keynote speakers.

Speaking about the upcoming events, Nick Lee, marketing manager at EMS said: "Our free seminars aim to help businesses learn how they can benefit from voltage optimisation and the guaranteed cost savings the technology offers, they serve as a great platform for demonstrating the solution as a credible energy efficiency technology."

Voltage optimisation is a simple, cost-efficient way to control a building's incoming voltage in order to maximise energy savings and Powerstar, EMS' voltage optimisation system, is recognised as being the most efficient voltage solution in the world - it can save up to 26.1% of total electricity consumption and related CO2 emissions without compromising the supply to electrical equipment. The payback period after installing the product is typically between 0.8 and 2.5 years.

All seminars are free of charge to attend and will take place from 9:30 am until 1.00 pm and attendees will be awarded with training certificates and self-assessment forms on completion of the event.

Bookings can be made via the Powerstar website, by calling 01709 836200, or by emailing tracy.eaton@ems-uk.org


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