Low Energy Lighting
When looking for ways to save electricity, most businesses would do well to consider new lighting for their buildings. In some buildings lighting can account for 60% of electricity bills. The majority of lighting in use today is based on outdated fluorescent or high intensity discharge lighting; these are inefficient in terms of electricity used and provide poor quality light. Because of this they are now being phased out under European law and so replacements will cease to be available.
Our experienced lighting specialists, who will carry out a lighting audit of your premises and design new, high efficiency lighting systems, based on state of the art LED and T5 fluorescent luminaires from the world’s leading manufacturers. To minimise energy usage and ensure compliance with Building Regulations Part L or CIBSE guidelines, our systems incorporate sophisticated controls, based on occupancy or absence detection and daylight linked dimming.
New lighting uses up to 85% less electricity. It also improves the working environment and visual appeal of buildings, with fixed light levels, excellent colour rendering and no flicker. Long life lamps give up to 60,000 hours between replacements.
Our lighting projects require no capital outlay as they can be fully funded through flexible leasing and finance packages*, with repayments being met by electricity savings. Energy efficient lighting also qualifies for Enhanced Capital Allowances, under the HMRC ECA scheme. This ensures that projects are net cash-positive from the outset.
Benefits of New Low Energy Lighting
- Reduce electricity costs
- Reduce maintenance costs with long life lamps
- Protect against rising energy costs
- Lower CO2 emissions and CRC charges
- Improve your visual environment, employee well being and productivity
- Compliance with regulations
- Competitive advantage
Enhanced Capital Allowance Scheme for Low Energy Lighting
Low Energy Lighting, Heat Pumps, Biomass Boilers, Solar Thermal – are eligible for 100% first year allowance through the Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) Energy Scheme. All eligible products must be on the Energy Technologies List as published by DECC. For more information call us now or visit the DECC website.
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