Are you a small business wanting to reduce energy costs?
Register for our free, interactive webinars on a range of topics and learn how to save your business thousands of dollars.
The sessions run for about 30 minutes and will be facilitated by independent energy efficiency expert Nick Palousis.
These practical webinars are ideal for business professionals wanting to take control of their energy consumption and costs.
Webinar 1 - Metering and monitoring – a power couple
13th March 2019
Metering and monitoring provide a valuable insight into facility and equipment performance. When energy data is recorded and tracked over time it can be the key to unlocking year-on-year energy savings and improving asset management.
This webinar is aimed at asset and facility managers and other operational staff of small and large offices and industrial facilities. This webinar will help you to understand how metering and monitoring can benefit your business.
Webinar 2 - Procurement of energy smart assets
3rd April 2019
Procurement decisions affect long term costs. Equipment that has a low upfront cost is often not the cheapest when you consider the lifetime costs of running the equipment. For example, energy accounts for an average of 77 per cent of lifetime costs of compressed air systems, compared to 10 per cent purchase cost for the equipment itself.
This webinar will help you to buy the most cost-effective energy efficient assets for your business.
Webinar 3 - Heat of the moment – process heating and boiler efficiency
1st May 2019
Process heating and boiler fuel consumes 57 per cent of the entire manufacturing division energy use. Learn about efficiency opportunities to improve heat generation, containment, transfer and waste heat capture.
Webinar 4 - Take the pressure down – savings tips on compressed air
5th June 2019
This webinar is for operators of compressed air systems, maintenance staff, production managers and other technical staff who want to optimise the efficiency of their compressed air systems without spending significant capital. It will cover simple low-capital cost actions to help you free up system capacity to better meet your air demand needs and reduce your electricity bills.