Conference / Exhibition
- 2nd September 2020
Please note, this energy webinar is specific to the UK audience, and is ideal for businesses who are keen to become more flexible with their use of energy.
ABOUT THE EVENT
This webinar explores the UKs transition towards a decentralised, distributed energy network by utilising local smart grids. It will provide insights into the opportunity for businesses to become more flexible with their energy use by implementing new, or maximising existing, onsite generation to reduce electricity imported from the grid enabling businesses to become more self-sufficient and reduce CO2 emissions.
Taking place on 30th April, as we approach the summer months, many companies will be considering the business case for onsite generation including renewables such as solar (PV). Or, if already installed, identifying opportunities to maximise its output, both of which are crucial steps for enhancing energy flexibility.
To achieve greater self-sufficiency, it’s important for all businesses to understand the steps and tools available to become more flexible and efficient with their energy use, enabling businesses to deploy a smart energy strategy that meets their specific requirements.
In order to enhance energy flexibility, businesses must first assess the strengths and weaknesses of their current energy infrastructure, including the presence of any existing on-site generation or the potential to deploy new assets.
Flexibility first is an important concept for high energy users, not only so they are able to gain a competitive advantage from cost savings, but also to ensure their processes continue to run efficiently by soothing intermittency caused by renewable generation. Energy Storage is a key solution which can assist high energy users by utilising stored energy including renewable generation to power a site during peak times, reducing imported energy from the grid and minimising consumption during costly winter periods.
On the path to achieving zero imported energy to a business, soothing intermittency of renewables to reduce reliance on the grid to supply power are very important and can only be achieved by ensuring that businesses are maximising the solutions available to them.
By optimising the flow of energy across a site whilst gaining valuable insights to asset operation and performance through remote monitoring capabilities, businesses will be able to understand how they can become more efficient and flexible with their use of energy and implement the available opportunities to fit with their energy strategy and provide a futureproof solution.
If, like many other businesses, you are looking to identify how your business can move its energy strategy towards a flexible use of energy, register for this free webinar today to learn how Powerstar can support your transition along energy industry insights.
Discover your first steps towards a flexible power future and take advantage of the opportunity to ask questions to an industry expert by registering for this free webinar on 30th April 2020.
At this webinar you can expect to: