Cornwall-based Enigin PLC has hosted an international conference on energy-saving technology, welcoming delegates from Europe, Asia, Australasia, Africa, North and Central America, as well as the UK.
The three-day ‘Technical Summit’ at Enigin’s St Austell headquarters, attracted leading figures from its 300-strong distributor base, which supplies the company’s energy monitoring and reduction systems to corporate customers on every continent.
Enigin managing director Ian Wrigley attributed the event’s impressive international turnout to recent hikes in global energy costs, increasing demand among businesses worldwide for Enigin’s waste-cutting technology.
He said: “Research shows that up to 43% of all energy a company uses is wasted. Our systems help them to hunt down and eliminate that waste. That’s obviously an attractive proposition for organisations of any size, wherever you are in the world.
“Our summit brought together some of our best distributors, to look at the challenges faced globally and to identify solutions for the future, guiding our long term research and product development.”