Back in Autumn, many organisations were exposed to significant rises in energy costs. As a result of increasing energy consumption, and long term energy contracts with suppliers coming to an end, some companies faced energy price hikes of up to 40%.
Join this webinar to explore the range of smart energy solutions which are proven to be reliable and effective in reducing energy consumption, and therefore reducing energy costs, for businesses across a wide range of industries. Additionally, the benefits of implementing Powerstar’s range of patented voltage optimisation technologies will be discussed including its ability to lengthen the lifespan of electrical equipment, delaying the cost of replacement.
Join Powerstar online on Wednesday, 3rd April, 2019 at 10:00am for a free webinar explaining how smart energy solutions can assist your company in offsetting rising energy prices whilst delivering key insights into energy usage and reducing carbon emissions.
The energy price rises experienced last year were a result of a wider upwards climb as the pace of Industry 4.0, the digitisation of the manufacturing sector, accelerates. This increased digitisation makes increased energy consumption a competitive necessity, as more electrical equipment becomes involved in the day to day operations of businesses. Additionally, as the UK Government attempts to decarbonise, it is set to harshly penalise organisations that use carbon-intensive forms of energy, placing many high energy users, such as manufacturers, at risk of these sanctions.
However, there are ways in which companies can manage their energy to achieve financial savings and ensure that they develop their reputation as an environmentally conscious organisation. This can be done through investment in leading smart energy technologies, such as voltage optimisation. Cost savings can be achieved through Powerstar’s range of voltage optimisation solutions, which reduce the unnecessarily high voltage often supplied to sites by the National Grid. If a building is being supplied at a higher voltage than necessary, it will result in wasted energy, excessive levels of carbon emissions, and higher than necessary electricity bills in addition to power quality issues, including increased wear and tear and reduced lifespan of electrical equipment.
Powerstar’s solutions are designed to the bespoke requirements of each site, and can apply a fixed, variable, or combined HV/LV voltage optimisation solution to provide maximum savings for the client depending on the voltage profile.
Find out more about what Powerstar voltage optimisation is and what it can achieve by viewing the video below:
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