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POWER SUPPLIES & GENERATORS


SCR Growth Hub WORTH ONE’S VOLT


There is an opportunity for high energy users who operate a variety of on-site electrical equipment to lower energy consumption, reduce CO2


emissions and generate energy cost savings for further investment into core business activities suggests Stuart Clegg, CCO at Powerstar.


In recent years, businesses have experienced an ever- growing rise in electricity costs across the UK, in addition to increased pressure to reduce emissions and energy consumption. This is partly due to ever-mounting pressure from the Government in transitioning to a sustainable, green future, as summarised in the Clean Growth Strategy and Road to Zero publications.


The effects of the rise in energy costs, which shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, are most heavily felt by high energy users, such as sites with extended operating or opening hours, a vast array of different electrical equipment, long and complicated manufacturing processes, and temperature-controlled environments. One or more of these site characteristics can lead to significantly high energy consumption and costs, inflating a business’ overhead costs and impacting negatively on profit.


This, combined with the aforementioned pressures to implement low-carbon energy strategies, can lead to a headache for FMs. However, it also provides the


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opportunity to benefit from technologies that deliver palpable reductions to energy consumption, carbon footprint, and energy costs.


Optimising your electricity bill Voltage in the UK is often supplied at a higher voltage than is required by commercial properties, leading to an amount of wasted surplus voltage, or ‘overvoltage’. Problems caused by overvoltage can be costly, both in terms of financials and opportunity. From ongoing costs such as higher than necessary electricity bills to the increased replacement investment as the lifespan of electrical equipment decreases due to excessive strain.


The avoidable inconveniences caused, result in wasted energy and higher carbon emissions, an unattractive proposition for any business attempting to keep up with the Government’s energy plans and preserve its corporate social responsibility (CSR).


One popular energy management solution, voltage optimisation, is a globally recognised and proven


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