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LED Lighting


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LED Lighting


LED LIGHTING CAN REDUCE A BUILDING'S ELECTRIC COSTS BY UP TO 30%. We model lighting requirements for each project specifically, always prioritising natural lighting wherever possible, thus saving maximum energY. 

OPTIMISED LIGHTING PROPOSAL

Building modelling and site analysis will provide natural lighting availability throughout the year. By using an operations and maintenance plan, the lighting requirements for interior spaces can be identified, analysed and modelled, and an optimised LED lighting proposal can be implemented.

SAFER, DURABLE LIGHTING

We use high efficiency LED solutions, which are more efficient, reliable and durable than conventional lighting. Our lighting is free from mercury, lead and heat in the light beam, making it safer and suitable for multiple uses.

AUTOMATE LIGHTING

Automate LED lighting in order to achieve even higher energy savings, using presence detection, timing and natural lighting. 

INTEGRATION WITH RENEWABLE SYSTEMS

Outdoor LED lighting can now be integrated with solar panels in order to lower grid consumption, making them even more efficient

SUSTAINABLE LIGHTING

Using LED lighting, we reduce energy consumption in electricity and HVAC, and we reduce CO2 emissions. 

INDOOR AND OUTDOOR

Our systems are applicable to both indoor and outdoor lighting.

CREATIVE LIGHTING

True lighting design will harmonise between energy efficiency, human comfort and aesthetics. 

 
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Use and Benefits of LED lighting


Use and Benefits of LED lighting


BENEFITS 

  • Reduce energy consumption by up to 30%.
  • Enhance human comfort.
  • Improve buildings aesthetics.
  • Integrate automation to make lighting intelligent and increase savings.
  • Instant lighting and frequent switching.
  • Low-voltage.
  • Design flexibility.
  • Ecologically friendly.
  • Free from mercury and lead, making them safer.

USE

  • Commercial lighting.
  • Residential lighting.
  • Public lighting.
  • Hotel, station and airport lighting.
  • Industrial lighting.
  • Street lighting.
  • Car park lighting.
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How the process works


How the process works


1. PLANNING

At this stage, we will inspect the lighting requirements of the spaces. In the case of retrofitting projects, we will run a inventory of the current installations. 

2. DESIGN

At the design stage, we will use the data gathered in the planning stage, to ensure the highest efficiency is attained in lighting. We will then contact individual manufacturers, select the best case scenario in terms of "efficiency-to-cost" and inform our client. 

3. EXECUTION

During the execution stage, we will install the LED lighting in the building (or supervise  the installation). If automation is selected, these will also be implemented during the execution phase. 

 

4. OPERATIONS AND MAINTENANCE

During the operations and maintenance phase, we will maintain and ensure swift operation of our installation. Where automation has been selected, we will supervise and monitor the automation regularly after the installation.

5. PAYBACK

Our best case scenario is always measured against financial forecast data. Reducing our clients payback time is just as important as reducing energy demand. We will provide a payback report during the planning phase itself, and we will supervise the results during operations and maintenance. 

The entire project will managed by a PMP certified project manager. 

The entire project will managed by a PMP certified project manager.