Free CPD course for NHS and Council employees

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Powerstar system

EMSc (UK) Ltd, manufacturer of the market leading, energy saving, voltage optimisation product Powerstar is holding a free Continuing Professional/Personal Development (CPD) course aimed specifically at local authorities and the NHS on Tuesday the 6th December 2011 at The Eastpoint Centre, Southampton.

With the public sector directly responsible for a significant amount of the UK’s carbon emissions, many public sector facilities managers are seeking effective initiatives to ensure that their organisations effectively reduce their carbon emissions.

The free seminar will cover topics such as energy legislation, approaches to energy reduction for local authorities, and energy management for public services.  In addition, the event will highlight how low voltage optimisation can improve energy efficiency, reduce energy bills, and help organisations attain their emissions targets whilst raising their green credentials.

Mr Terry Shemwell, voltage optimisation consultant for local authorities and Mr Duncan Agnew, voltage optimisation consultant for the NHS will both be presenting. EMS technical engineer Mr Gary Mills will be delivering the CPD presentation.

 

Proven Results

Tower Hamlets Council, one of the five host boroughs for the 2012 London Olympic Games, commissioned Powerstar to survey its facilities at Albert Jacob House – the offices for Homeless and Housing Advices Services.  The survey identified that a minimum of 12% in electricity could be achieved through voltage optimisation, which equates to £6,411 on the annual electricity charge and a reduction of 30 tonnes per annum in carbon emissions.

Powerstar installations for Mersey Care NHS Trust at Rathbone Hospital and Scott Clinic have delivered electricity savings averaging 18% on annual energy consumption.  At Rathbone Hospital, annual KwH savings are 67,796, the equivalent of £6,974, whilst Scott Clinic has benefitted from annual KwH savings of 51,573 or £5,446.

Alex Mardapittas, managing director at EMSc (UK) Ltd commented

“As the UK faces worsening power quality issues with harmonic, transient, power factor and phase balancing issues; voltage optimisation offers one of the most secure technologies for public sector organisations to adopt as part of their sustainability strategies.”

The free to attend seminar will take place at the Eastpoint Centre in Southampton from 9.30 am until 1.00 pm.  It will include a free buffet lunch and all attendees will be awarded with training certificates and self-assessment forms on completion 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 the seminar, please contact Nick Lee by emailing  or calling 01709 836200.  Places can also be booked online at www.powerstar.co.uk/events.

 

About EMSc UK

EMS is renowned for designing and manufacturing the Star® range of energy saving products. In addition to the market leading Powerstar voltage optimisation solution, the company also manufactures Airstar and Hotelstar, products that allow companies, organisations and hotels to reduce their energy costs as well as reduce their carbon emissions.

2011 – Winner Innovation of the Year Award Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business Awards

2010 – Winner of the Yorkshire Forward Innovator/10: Innovation in Action Award

2006 – Winner of the CARE4AIR AWARD

2006 & 2004 SMART Award for Innovation

 

About Powerstar

Powerstar:

Can save an average of 12-15% (up to 26.1% savings recorded) of electricity consumption.

Is fully designed and manufactured in the UK. All Powerstar components, including even minor items such as the paint, are sourced from UK manufacturers. The Powerstar design and any associated software are designed by EMSc UK Limited.

Requires no maintenance and has a 15 year warranty.

Comes with guaranteed savings.

Will improve the life expectancy of electrical equipment.

Will improve the power quality (reduce harmonics and improve the power factor).

Has the highest efficiency and provides better savings than any other voltage optimisation system sold in the UK (on the same load and same voltage reduction).

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