Experts to speak at energy efficiency seminar in Belfast

EMSc (UK) Ltd, manufacturer of the Star® range of energy saving solutions, is inviting businesses in and around Belfast to attend a free Continuing Professional/ Personal Development (CPD) seminar on how to achieve energy efficiency, carbon reduction and lower energy bills. The seminar will take place at The Mount Business and Conference Centre in Belfast on Wednesday, 5th September 2012.

The focus of the event will be on energy management and sustainability and will include a presentation by Noel Williams, former head of the Energy Saving Trust in Northern Ireland and current chair of Northern Ireland Fuel Poverty. Mr Williams will look at overall electricity consumption and the potential savings to be made across different sectors. He will also share his insights on the Government Carbon Reduction Policy and Carbon Tax bills.

Powerstar UK Sales Manager Peter Newell will provide a Continuing Professional/ Personal Development (CPD) certified overview of commercial voltage optimisation and its associated benefits, which include energy savings, reduced carbon emissions, and financial returns.

Commenting on the upcoming event, Dr Alex Mardapittas, managing director at EMSc (UK) Ltd, said:

“The objective of the seminar is to give companies an understanding of the key drivers in energy prices, their impact on businesses and how energy can be managed more efficiently within organisations in order to reduce the final energy bill. In addition, it will showcase voltage optimisation as a reliable and credible energy efficiency technology that can help address carbon reduction issues while helping to combat ever-increasing energy costs.”

The free to attend seminar will take place from 9:30 am until 1.00 pm and will include a buffet lunch. There will be an opportunity to network both before and after the event. Attendees will be awarded with training certificates and self-assessment forms on completion of the event.

Bookings can be made via  www.powerstar.co.uk, by calling 01709 836200, or by emailing tracy.eaton@ems-uk.org

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