There is an increasing impetus on companies to become more environmentally proactive, particularly as the ageing UK energy infrastructure continues to struggle with modern demands in electrical consumption, and businesses across the UK feel the strains of rising energy costs.
Although renewable energy continues to be integrated into the UKs energy network, it brings issues of intermittency. Meanwhile, demand for electricity is growing at an exponential rate due to increasing consumer demand, therefore increasing the strain on the UKs electricity network at a time when energy-related failures are more disruptive to operations than ever before.
However, there are a number of technologies and solutions which businesses can implement in isolation, or as part of a connected and holistic energy strategy, to achieve both short and long-term energy efficiency goals.
In partnership with edie.net, Powerstar are hosting a webinar on Tuesday 11th June which will be evaluating the current electric climate and the solutions which are available to offset rising energy prices, whilst achieving a more carbon neutral output, as CO₂ emissions are reduced, along with electric costs.
During the webinar, Powerstar will explore a wide range of solutions ranging from smart distribution transformers, to voltage optimisation, and energy storage. Our expert will discuss how these technologies can be combined to maximise each asset, especially as digitalisation of the manufacturing industry continues to progress and evolve.
Whether your business is looking for a quick solution to the exponentially increasing energy costs or is considering a number of different technologies to increase energy stability, resilience, and long-term sustainability, this webinar will help you to discover the technologies and strategies currently available in the market.
Register your place for this webinar on the edie.net booking page by clicking here.
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