EMSc supporting charities large and small

Unicef EMSc UK Ltd is extremely proud to announce it is one of the main sponsors at an upcoming UNICEF event in Leeds. The event, which is being hosted by Martin Bell, will be held on Monday 13th June at the Queens Hotel in Leeds city centre.

Martin Bell, UNICEF goodwill ambassador, former BBC journalist and a former Independent MP, will talk about his extraordinary experiences around the world, highlighting the important role UNICEF plays in improving children’s’ lives.

EMS has also recently made a donation to a school in Rotherham through the Kidsafe charity. Kidsafe is an organisation that is actively committed to helping keep children safe across the UK and Eire. The money the company has donated will be used to provide a local school with vital safety information free of charge, on topics including ‘Stranger Danger’, vandalism, crime prevention, racism, bullying, drugs, road safety and the Green Cross Code.

Alex Mardapittas, managing director at EMS commented

“We recognise that future generations will have a large part to play in looking after our planet and environmental sustainability, which is why we are proud to be supporting these children’s charities.” He added, “As a company proud of its Yorkshire roots, and being based in Rotherham, we are particularly keen to demonstrate our support for local schools and children’s charity events.”

EMS’ market leading voltage optimisation system Powerstar, is the most efficient voltage optimisation 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.

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