South-West energy savings seminar: How to reduce energy costs (CPD Certified)
Start Date:18 Sep 13
EMSc (UK) Ltd, designer and manufacturer of the Star® range of energy saving products are hosting a free to attend CPD certified seminar which focuses on how their staple voltage optimising product Powerstar can save businesses money on their electricity bills and reduce their carbon footprint.
Domestic voltage optimisation provider VO4HOME will also be presenting voltage optimisation for smaller scale applications.
The EMSc team will be presenting in Taunton on Wednesday 18th September. The events are completely free to attend with no obligation to purchase the EMSc (UK) Ltd voltage optimising product, Powerstar. All of our seminars are CPD certified enabling delegates to develop their knowledge on energy efficiency, in particular voltage optimisation.
The Taunton seminar takes place at Woodlands Castle, Ruishton, TA3 5LU. A free buffet lunch along with opportunities for networking are provided to attendees. All future seminars can be viewed via the EMSc or Powerstar websites.
• Identify how your business can reduce operating costs and improve energy efficiency
• Hear experience of best practice, delivered by keynote speakers
• Discover how worsening power quality issues are affecting businesses
• Investigate sustainability opportunities suitable for your business
• Opportunity to raise questions to industry experts
To request more information on our South-West based seminar please email Tracy Eaton.
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