The third in our four-part energy storage webinar series aiming to educate audiences on the additional elements that weigh into the decision of investing into energy storage solutions.
This short and sharp session will explore how Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) can play a crucial part in securing the supply and protecting your site from costly power failures.
Many public and private sector organisations are having to manage critical power supplies with technology that can provide a full UPS (Uninterruptable Power Supply) functionality, due to the increasing number of brownouts and blackouts the electricity network is experiencing.
A modern solution that is already saving energy and improving UPS for many businesses is battery-based energy storage technology. As the name suggests the systems can store energy from either the National Grid, at times of low demand, or directly from renewable sources in batteries, for use at peak times or when required.
Attending this webinar will provide an account 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 including traditional systems that are failing to keep up in an advancing world of connectivity and interactivity and the more advanced solutions that can support a smart energy network.
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During this webinar guests will be introduced to the revolutionary energy storage system, VIRTUE, which allows businesses to store electricity generated during periods of low demand for use when required and offers a secure supply throughout power loss.
TBA June 9th
This session focused on ‘Energy Storage & the Future of Energy’ and covered energy cost savings, enhanced returns on solar and wind and increased access to electric vehicle charging.
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This short focsed on ‘Demand Side Response (DSR)’ and how it is set to play an increasingly vital role in contributing to the UK’s energy goals and how your business can benefit from partaking in the scheme.
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Powerstar, the market leading voltage optimisation and energy storage brand, is currently involved in a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) in collaboration with Sheffield Hallam University and Innovate UK. Sheffield Hallam University ‘control and power electronics’ PhD graduate and Powerstar employee Dr. Zeng is at the forefront of developing a portable solar power PV inverter system...