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Cutting costs by improving energy efficiency for high energy users: Webinar on Demand






On Wednesday, 22nd January 2020, Powerstar Business Development Manager, Ricky Higgins, delivered an informative webinar on how businesses can improve energy efficiency to reduce energy consumption, electricity costs, and carbon emissions, especially during winter months.

During the winter months, many companies experience startling and significant rises to their electricity bills. Darker nights and adverse weather conditions mean lights and heating are on more often, and renewable sources (such as solar) are less active and more intermittent. Plus, with the increase in demand many organisations see leading up to the holiday period, general activities, whether it be customer focused or production-related, increase too.

By optimising the business’s voltage supply and effectively managing its voltage profile, businesses can see significant reductions in consumption and costs, and this can be done through various methods, including the adoption of verified smart energy technologies.

Watch Ricky in this informative webinar as he explores the options available to businesses looking to enhance energy efficiency.

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Why watch the recording?

This webinar enables viewers to:
  • Discover common energy challenges for businesses in the UK, particularly during the winter months
  • Explore various methods and technologies for immediately reducing energy consumption and costs, as well as carbon emissions, over the long term
  • Discover real-life applications and case studies for smart energy technologies and the benefits achievable for businesses across a multitude of industries
  • Learn how such solutions are available without any financial risk

Complete the short form below to access the webinar recording

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