On Friday, 22nd November, Powerstar invites professionals responsible for 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) at The University of Sheffield.
As rising energy prices provide an increasing incentive to be more efficient with the use of energy, businesses are exploring new ways in which to achieve consumption and cost reductions. By implementing smart energy technologies such as energy storage, voltage optimisation and smart distribution transformers, businesses can evolve to the flexible use of energy driven by optimisations to achieve both short and long-term sustainability goals.
This seminar will provide an opportunity to hear from leading energy experts to gain key insights into the core components of futureproof sustainable energy strategy and how this can be achieved by combining technologies which enable tangible electrical consumption and cost reductions, whilst also protecting corporate social responsibility through enhanced sustainability.
Businesses across South Yorkshire are invited to Powerstar’s breakfast seminar taking place at the AMRC, Sheffield, on Friday 22nd November.
Encouraged by Government, media and societal pressures to operate in an increasingly environmentally friendly manner, the energy transition is gathering pace as the outdated energy network undergoes a permanent state of change in favour of a decentralised energy network that maximises more renewable and sustainable sources of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 practices to be more sustainable and resilient, as well as to obtain cost reductions through the smarter use of energy, join us at this free event to learn how you can help to transform your energy use to be more efficient.
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