Powerstar Seminar

19th January 2016

The free to attend Powerstar seminar at the Powerstar Head Office in Sheffield on 2nd June provides the perfect opportunity to learn more about the benefits of voltage optimisation, a guaranteed way to reduce carbon emissions and save money on energy costs.

This event will also include a demonstration of the Powerstar voltage optimisation system, highlighting how the negative power feedback (back EMF) can make savings on different loads. To book a place please contact events@powerstar.com Why attend Learn how voltage optimisation works See the benefits of voltage optimisation Learn how over voltage and power quality issues could be affecting your bottom line Discover what loads voltage optimisation works well with Find out how new developments in the technology can optimise HV and LV supplies Agenda 09:00am Registration and refreshments 09:20am  Welcome and presentation 11:00am  Question and answer session 11:30am  Close

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