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27 Oct 2011 11:10:18

Free CPD seminar for companies in Scotland



Bryan Divitt, Powerstar Sales Engineer, Scotland
Companies in the Aberdeenshire area will be able to find out how voltage optimisation can help them reduce their energy consumption and lower their carbon emissions at a free Continuing Professional/Personal Development (CPD) seminar. The seminar is being held on Wednesday the 16th November 2011 in Aberdeen by market leading energy saving voltage optimisation manufacturer EMSc (UK) Limited.

Companies throughout the UK are increasingly turning to voltage optimisation to reduce their energy consumption and lower their carbon emissions to achieve sustainability strategy targets. Voltage optimisation is a simple cost efficient way to control a building’s incoming voltage in order to maximise energy savings.

The free seminar, delivered with Scottish businesses in mind, will feature a number of presentations on energy management and sustainability with a focus on voltage optimisation. Guest speaker, Mark Hobbins a chartered energy engineer with the Energy Institute and a low carbon consultant for CIBSE will present ‘Approaches to energy reduction’ including regional case studies on successful sustainability campaigns carried out by companies in Scotland.

Mr Bryan Divitt, Powerstar sales engineer, will present a CPD certified presentation on how voltage optimisation can benefit businesses across the region.

EMS’ voltage optimisation system Powerstar is recognised as being the most efficient voltage solution in the world and can save up to 26.1% of total electricity consumption and related CO2 emissions, all without compromising the supply to electrical equipment. The payback period after installing the product is typically between 0.8 and 2.5 years.

Bryan Divitt, commented: “We are pleased to be working together with local experts to educate businesses in Scotland on cost-efficient technologies that can help them save electricity, particularly with energy prices rising so much recently.”

The free to attend seminar will take place at Aberdeen University from 9:30 am until 1.00 pm on the 16th November. It will include a free buffet lunch and all attendees will be awarded with training certificates and self assessment forms on completion on of the seminar. There will also be an opportunity for networking.

CPD, Continuing Personal or Professional Development is the term that describes a commitment to structured skills enhancement and personal or professional competence.

For more information, or to reserve a place at one of the events, please send an enquiry to EMS Powerstar.


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