Registration now open for edie’s free online masterclass on onsite solar generation
Registration is now open for edie and Wattstor's free-to-attend, 45-minute online event on onsite solar generation.
This masterclass-style webinar will provide actionable insights and best practice examples when it comes to businesses deploying onsite solar PV systems which can be supported by battery storage and energy management systems (EMS).
As one of the fastest-growing sources of renewable energy, onsite solar represents a key enabler for businesses to slash emissions, cut costs and boost resilience. But the rollout of such projects is not without its challenges – whether it be grid constraints, site requirements or changing policy and legislation.
This masterclass will cut through those complexities and provide need-to-know information for organisations seeking to make onsite solar a viable part of their net-zero strategy. The 45-minute session will include real-life case studies and actionable takeaways, exploring how onsite solar can form part a holistic, smart and flexible energy management strategy.
Register now to attend the webinar on Tuesday 10 October 2023. This event will be broadcast from 1.30pm to 2.15pm British Summer Time (BST).
Registrants will have access to a recording of the Masterclass which they can access on-demand, at their convenience, after the live event has finished.
- Understanding and realising the net-zero opportunity of onsite solar for your business
- Overcoming grid and operational challenges to deploy and scale up onsite solar systems
- Utilising battery storage and EMS to support your onsite solar projects
- Exploring how solar can integrate with a broader flexible energy strategy
- Sarah George, content editor, edie
- Kevin Ball, Chief Commercial Officer, Wattstor
- Harry Westall, Chairman of the Board, Mawdsleys Logistics
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