Our free to attend breakfast seminar in Birmingham on Wednesday 13 September will explore the importance of Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) in the future energy landscape as blackouts and brownouts become increasingly regular within the UK.
By allowing a site to function entirely off-grid when needed, UPS can play a crucial role in securing the supply and protecting businesses from expensive power failures.
Refreshments and breakfast pastries will be provided for all attendees upon arrival, and the venue boasts free on-site parking and a 9 minute walk from the nearest train station.
Many organisations, in both the public and private sectors, now have to manage critical power supplies with technology that provides full UPS functionality, due to the electricity network experiencing an increasing amount of blackouts and brownouts, which can cause serious, often costly, damage to a business and its processes.
Traditional systems used to provide UPS are failing to keep up in a technologically advancing world, where connectivity and interactivity are key. Instead, modern, more advanced solutions that can support a smart energy network are becoming increasingly popular – one such solution being battery-based energy storage technology.
As the name suggests, these systems use batteries to store energy from the National Grid, at times of low demand, or from renewable sources, to be utilised at peak times or when required to enable a site to go completely off-grid.
This seminar will give delegates the chance to explore and discuss the current constraints on the electricity network and the supply issues across the UK which are causing a high demand for UPS functionality across businesses from every industry.
TBA August 2017.
The seminar will address the following topics:
During the seminar, guests will also be introduced to the innovative energy storage system, VIRTUE, which provides businesses with a completely secure supply through power loss and quality issues. VIRTUE is delivered as a bespoke solution in an engineering-led approach, and so is tailored to each organisation and its needs.
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