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Smart Energy Solutions To Help Deliver Your Net Zero Target – Webinar On Demand

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POWERSTAR’S MOST RECENT WEBINAR IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR ANYONE TO VIEW ON DEMAND

On Thursday, 11th March 2021, Powerstar’s Chief Executive Officer, Dr Alex Mardapittas, delivered an informative webinar to examine practical ways UK businesses can work towards net zero carbon whilst protecting its operations from energy related failures and enhancing energy efficiency.

For many businesses who had to re-evaluate their costs and financial position throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, remaining focused on the short term, smart energy solutions can also deliver tangible reductions to overhead and operating costs, whilst also bolstering their efforts towards achieving net zero.

As 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 smart energy solutions to enhance power resilience and ensure business operations are protected as part of a wider net-zero strategy, businesses can not only reduce electricity consumption and costs, but also provide stability in the event of a power outage. Alongside battery storage options include voltage regulation technologies, which can help protect sensitive or critical equipment from voltage fluctuations, while offering immediate contributions to wider carbon reduction targets and providing a strong return on investment.

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