03 Feb 2011 11:02:30
Powerstar to exhibit at the SEEC
The Powerstar team is very pleased to be exhibiting their voltage optimisation solution at the Scottish Energy and Environment Conference (SEEC), held at the Crowne Plaza in Glasgow on Tuesday 8th February 2011.
The SEEC is the key event for energy management in Scotland, as such it attracts a large number of key decision makers throughout the public and private sector. Voltage optimisation should be considered as an integral part of any energy management strategy, and the event as a whole will cover all aspects of this.
The innovative Powerstar system, which provides companies and organisations with an instant electricity saving opportunity, is proven to be the most efficient available, delivering savings of up to 26.1% on energy consumption and associated carbon emissions.
The Scottish market is extremely important to the growth plans of EMSc (UK) Ltd, developers of the Powerstar system. The company recently announced treble digit growth in 2010 and the appointment of Bryan Divitt as Scottish sales engineer. Bryan is based at the company's Livingston office.
Bryan said, "We are looking forward to discussing the capabilities of Powerstar to customers visiting the show. We have already had some great success in Scotland with Perth College, East of Scotland Farmers and Punch Taverns all installing Powerstar."
EMS' North West England sales engineer Ray Booth will also be on the stand throughout the exhibition, to provide advice and guidance on how the Powerstar voltage optimisation system can deliver significant carbon savings, as well as reduced energy and maintenance costs.