Conference / Exhibition
- 29th April 2021
Please note, this energy webinar is specific to the UK audience, and is ideal for businesses aiming to progress towards net zero carbon and decentralisation, whilst securing tangible cost benefits from projects that provide a strong return on investment.
ABOUT THE EVENT
As UK businesses navigate ongoing COVID-19 restrictions and its impact on finances, sales and operations, it is vital that they don’t lose sight of the importance of net zero carbon targets in order to deliver on a green recovery.
This webinar will examine practical ways your business can work towards net zero carbon, as well as explore technologies available that can reduce both costs and consumption, whilst protecting your operations and contributing to carbon reduction targets.
Taking place on Thursday 11th March, our webinar will help businesses identify how smart energy solutions optimise their energy profile, alongside examining how some organisations are already progressing towards net-zero.
SUPPORTING NET ZERO TARGETS
With many businesses having to re-evaluate their costs and financial position throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, many have made a clear commitment to net-zero carbon. A growing number have already stated ambitious carbon reduction targets well ahead of the UK Government’s 2050 target.
For many businesses that remain focused on the short term during the pandemic, smart energy solutions can also deliver tangible reductions to overhead and operating costs whilst bolstering efforts towards achieving net zero.
Achieving the UK’s 2050 net zero target will require many businesses to invest in smart energy solutions to reduce consumption and associated carbon emissions. Battery Energy Storage, an on-site technology which integrates energy management, storage and microgrid capabilities, allows businesses to have greater flexibility and control over their energy use. Through investing in behind-the-meter storage systems, businesses can better integrate renewable energy generation and optimise their energy management strategy to deliver cost and energy savings, while protecting themselves from potential supply disruption.
Significant investment will likely be required in order to achieve ambitious carbon reduction targets. This can be a barrier for many businesses, particularly in the current climate. However, by addressing energy efficiency and implementing energy saving technologies as part of a wider net-zero strategy, businesses can reduce electricity consumption and costs, with payback periods starting from just two years. Alongside battery storage options include voltage optimisation, which offers immediate contributions to wider carbon reduction targets and generates a strong return on investment.
Powerstar can provide flexible, bespoke, low-interest funding options for its full range of technologies to ensure businesses remain cash positive throughout. This helps to ensure your CAPEX is saved for core operations and activities. Additionally, there are multiple Government grants and funding options available for businesses to capitalise on, such as the Public Sector Decarbonisation Scheme and the Industrial Energy Transformation Fund.
Discover how your business can move towards net zero carbon and decentralisation and take advantage of the opportunity to question an industry expert by registering for this free webinar on 11th March 2021.
At this webinar you will: