The latest event in the Powerstar breakfast seminar series takes place at the AMRC, Sheffield, on Friday 22nd November.
Encouraged by Government, media and societal pressures to behave and operate in an environmentally friendly manner, the energy transition is gathering pace as the outdated energy network undergoes a permanent state of change in favour of a decentralised energy network that maximises more renewable and sustainable sources of generation.
If, like many other businesses, you too are feeling a compelling duty and responsibility to adapt your business practice to be greener, sustainable and more resilient, join in the discussion at this free event to learn how the integration multiple technologies as part of an effective smart energy strategy can help to transform your energy use.
About the event
On 22nd November, Powerstar invites individuals responsible for the sustainability, energy or operational functions of energy-intensive businesses to join a free to attend breakfast seminar at the prestigious Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre (AMRC) of The University of Sheffield.
As rising energy prices provide an increasing incentive to be more responsive in how we use energy, it is the more proactive of businesses who experience the greatest success when implementing a thoroughly appraised smart energy strategy. By implementing such measures utilising complementary, leading smart energy technologies such as energy storage, voltage optimisation and smart distribution transformers, a business can prepare itself for a flexible power future in order to achieve both short- and long-term sustainability goals.
The integration of these complementary technologies provides the four key components integral for a efficiency and sustainable future – efficiency, flexibility, resilience and insights.
This seminar will provide an opportunity to interact with leading energy experts and gain key insight into the core components of futureproof energy strategy and how these can be achieved through combining technologies which enable tangible electrical consumption and cost reductions, whilst also protecting corporate social responsibility through enhanced sustainability.
This seminar is applicable to all businesses looking to implement effective smart energy strategies to enhance sustainability and reduce electricity costs, regardless of whether technologies would be implemented as a standalone or combined solution, and no matter which area of the company’s energy profile is prioritised.