Powerstar's spring free energy events schedule
Throughout the year, Powerstar hosts free to attend seminars and webinars to keep delegates aware of the developments of the energy network in the UK including the challenges, forecasts, and opportunities which arise. The below is a summary of Powerstar’s Spring calendar of events.
High Energy Users (HV): is your inefficient transformer wasting money?
Online webinar | Tuesday, 10 April 2018 | 10:00am - 10:45am
This short and informative webinar, will explore some of the common causes of unnecessarily high energy costs and CO2 emissions experienced from inefficiency on the High Voltage (HV) supply, for businesses that own and operate their own distribution transformers. It will discuss how ageing transformers can lead to increased load and no load losses resulting in escalating energy bills.
After highlighting the issues and causes, Powerstar will introduce guests to HV MAX, a super low-loss amorphous core transformer integrated with Powerstar’s patented electronic-dynamic voltage optimisation, which improves efficiencies on both the HV and LV side to deliver a combined solution with significant benefits.
Operational Stability: why energy storage is key to maintaining operations and saving costs
Online webinar | Tuesday, 24 April 2018 | 10:00am - 11:00am
This webinar will explore how in our 21st century world, operational stability is becoming increasingly crucial as organisations have more and more critical processes due to the rise of big data, technological advancements and extended operating hours resulting in intense operations on an almost continuous basis.
Consequently, the increased strain for the UK’s electricity network combined with Government proposals, such as the ‘Road to Zero’ strategy to support the electrification of transport, highlights that the centralised energy network needs support to cope with the increased demand if businesses are to maintain operational stability. This webinar will introduce attendees to the potential solutions and benefits that energy storage technology can deliver to help to maintain operational stability.
Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS): protecting the future with the benefits of energy storage
Seminar, Livingston, Scotland | Tuesday 1st May 2018 | 08:30am - 11:00am
This free breakfast seminar in Scotland, will explore the importance of a decentralised energy network in the future energy landscape to deliver a more reliable and efficient smart power network across the UK.
Customised to highlight the limitations, challenges and opportunities for businesses located within Scotland, attendees are invited to explore the evolving energy network in this short and sharp session. Delegates will be introduced to smart systems, such as leading edge energy storage solutions like Powerstar’s VIRTUE, that will be integral to making a decentralised energy network a widespread reality as distributed generation, energy efficiency and DSR are all delivered in a complete solution resulting in a more effective, secure and efficient energy network.
Energy Resilience: how energy efficiency can protect your organisation from costly failures
Seminar, Sheffield | Friday 18th May 2018 | 08:30am - 10:30am
This seminar taking place at Powerstar’s head office in Sheffield, will explore the negative impact that a lack of an energy resilience strategy can have on an organisation and what solutions can protect businesses from costly supply issues.
Reinforced by reports that energy related failures can cost up to 17% of a company’s annual revenue, being unprepared for such failures can have extensive ramifications for a business.
At the end of the seminar, guests are invited to witness a live demonstration of Powerstar’s VIRTUE energy storage solution, including how it can seamlessly provide UPS in real time by switching from grid input to stored energy output.
To attend these events and join Powerstar in discussing the future of the electricity network in the UK, visit the events booking page by clicking here, call us on 01142 576 200, or emailmailto:firstname.lastname@example.org.