Free Energy Landscape Breakfast Seminar in Sheffield: Transmission Constraint Solutions
On Friday 4 August, Powerstar is hosting a free to attend seminar over breakfast and a cup of coffee, at its head office in Sheffield. This short and focused seminar will provide the perfect platform to explore how transmission constraints, caused by the current condition of the UK electricity network, can be managed through the use of reliable Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) solutions.
With demand for electricity continuing to grow, the traditional energy network is struggling to keep up, which is causing a multitude of problems for businesses, including but not limited to increases in energy costs and frequent power failures.
Attending this seminar will inform delegates of the current constraints and restrictions on the electricity network and the increasingly unstable supply provided across the UK. It will discuss the various solutions to these issues, including traditional systems that are struggling to keep up with modern technological advances, and the more advanced solutions that can support a smart energy network and the evolving internet of energy (IoE).
In addition, the seminar will address the following aspects:
- What is meant by the term ‘transmission constraint’ and how can it be managed?
- What is UPS and how can it help?
- Traditional systems for providing UPS and their limitations
- Battery-based energy storage as a rapidly responsive solution
- Future proof UPS – scaling to future demand
- The green benefits of implementing UPS
Based at the Powerstar head office and manufacturing facility, this seminar also affords guests the unique opportunity to view Powerstar’s accredited premises, including an optional tour of the factory and live demonstrations of their market leading voltage optimisation solutions, as well as their innovative energy storage and electric vehicle charging systems.
Delegates will receive refreshments and breakfast rolls upon arrival and there will be an opportunity to network before the seminar commences.
To register for the seminar, visit the event booking page by clicking here, or call 01142 576 200.