Free seminars to show businesses how to reduce operating costs and improve energy efficiency

30th April 2013

EMSc (UK) Ltd, the leading manufacturer of the Star® range of energy saving products, is inviting businesses in Derby, Reading, London and the surrounding areas to attend free Continuing Professional/Personal Development (CPD) seminars.

The seminars will inform business professionals how they can reduce costs and improve overall efficiency through the use voltage optimisation. The Reading seminar is scheduled for Tuesday 14th May and will be held at the Best Western Calcot Hotel, Calcot, the Derby seminar will be held at the Derby Conference Centre, Derby on 15th May and the London seminar will take place at the Wellcome Trust Buildings, London on 21st May. The Reading and London seminars will be delivered by Gary Mills, area sales manager (South) for EMSc (UK) Ltd and Clive Creasey, area sales representative for VO4HOME. The Derby seminar will be delivered by Peter Newell, UK sales manager for EMSc (UK) Ltd and Michael Greensmith, area sales representative for VO4HOME. Dr Mardapittas, managing director and inventor of the market leading voltage optimisation solution, Powerstar commented -The seminars will serve as a great platform for demonstrating voltage optimisation as a credible energy saving technology. Voltage optimisation is a simple, cost-efficient way to control a building's incoming voltage in order to maximise energy savings. EMSc (UK) Ltd manufactures the most efficient voltage optimisation solution in the world, Powerstar, which saves on average 12%-15% of total electricity consumption and related CO2 emissions, without compromising the supply to electrical equipment, and boasts 100% reliability with no failures in over a decade of successful installations. All seminars are free of charge to attend and will take place from 9:30am until 1:00 pm. Attendees will be awarded with training certificates and self-assessment forms on completion of the event. Bookings can be made by calling 01142 576 200, or by emailing tracy.eaton@ems-uk.org There is also an opportunity to book online at click here

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