On Wednesday, 25th September, Powerstar is hosting a free Learn at Lunch seminar in Brighton aimed towards helping local businesses learn how they can protect their operations from energy-related failures, such as blackouts and brownouts whilst enhancing energy efficiency.
The event will be hosted by Powerstar and will include a guest speaker from Stoba Prazisionstechnik UK Ltd, a resident business specialising in metallic parts manufacturing, who have worked with Powerstar to negate the issues caused by disruptions to their power supply.
Across the UK, businesses with sensitive operations continue to experience increasing disruptions to their power supply due to the UK’s ageing electricity distribution grid struggling to keep up with heightened demand. With considered investment, technologies such as battery energy storage, which can provide full Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) capabilities and reduce reliance on the grid, can be implemented alongside a suite of technologies designed to enhance supply security, keeping critical operations running even when connection from the grid is lost.
Modern smart energy technologies work in harmony with a number of other technologies, this level of integration allows for businesses to monitor the performance of numerous energy assets on a single online, remote platform, providing continued and detailed insight into the business’ efficiency needs.
About the event
As part of the suite of technologies available to provide businesses with a comprehensive smart energy strategy, leading battery energy storage systems such as Powerstar VIRTUE, offer full site-wide UPS capabilities in order to provide full back up to the load in the event of an energy related failure whilst helping to increase flexibility of energy use.
On 25th September, Powerstar invites businesses keen to learn more about the evolving energy landscape and how to protect operations as they continue to develop in this energy landscape, whilst engaging in conversation with leading energy experts. The event will provide key insight into how smart energy technologies aided Stoba Prazisionstechnik UK Ltd to maintain its operations during periods of grid interruptions and how such technologies can aid your business to improve energy resilience, reduce CO₂ emissions and electricity costs.