One week to go until East Midlands energy efficiency seminar
EMSc (UK) Ltd
energy management, carbon emissions, Voltage Optimisation
There is just one week to go until EMSc (UK) Ltd’s energy efficiency seminar in the East Midlands. Companies in and around the East Midlands district are invited to attend the Continuing Professional/Personal Development (CPD) seminar aimed at highlighting how to reduce operating costs and improve overall energy efficiency through voltage optimisation.
The event will take place on Wednesday 22nd February, 9.30am until 1.00pm at the Jubilee Campus, Nottingham Universities.
The seminar will identify low carbon initiatives, look at energy legislation and explore voltage optimisation solutions and will include presentations by industry experts and keynote speakers. Powerstar UK Sales Manager Peter Newell will provide the keynote address on voltage optimisation. Guest speaker is Bill Mahoney, a member of the Energy Services and Technology Association and a committee member of the Energy Institute Midlands branch.
In addition Geoff Clifton, business development manager of VO4HOME Ltd will discuss voltage optimisation for domestic users and small businesses.
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.
The seminar is free to attend and attendees will be provided with a buffet lunch and an opportunity for networking. 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 firstname.lastname@example.org
, energy management
, Reduce Electricity Costs
, Voltage Optimisation