Businesses across the UK are feeling the sting of rising energy costs, along with Governmental pressures to decarbonise to meet carbon reduction goals. This had led many to seek out effective and affordable methods of reducing energy consumption and carbon emissions.
As renewable energy continues to be integrated into the UKs energy network, it brings issues of intermittency. Simultaneously, demand for electricity is growing at an exponential rate due to increasing consumer demand and the continuous digitalisation and automation of operations. This, in turn, is increasing the strain on the UKs electricity network at a time when energy-related failures are more disruptive to operations than ever before.
There are a number of technologies and solutions which businesses can implement in isolation, or as part of a connected and holistic energy strategy, to achieve both short and long-term energy efficiency goals.
In partnership with EDIE.net, Powerstar is hosting a free webinar on Tuesday 11th June which will explore the current energy landscape and the solutions which are available to businesses to offset rising energy prices, reduce electricity consumption, enhance supply security, and deliver a carbon neutral output through CO2 reductions.
During the webinar, Powerstar’s CEO and industry expert, Dr Alex Mardapittas, will explore a wide range of solutions that enable businesses to take greater control of their energy use, including maximising existing technologies and forms of generation, ranging from smart distribution transformers, to voltage optimisation, energy storage, and renewable generation such as Solar (PV).
Why you should attend:
- Gain insights into the challenges for UK businesses and energy efficiency
- Explore a range of technologies to deliver tangible benefits to businesses
- Discover a holistic approach to achieve short and long-term energy efficiency objectives
- See real life examples of the benefits achieved
DR. ALEX MARDAPITTAS
Chief Executive Officer, Powerstar
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