With energy costs continuing to rise, we are able to design energy efficient lighting schemes, enabling our clients to improve their workplace, save energy and money. We help our clients to ensure their lighting systems are as efficient as possible.
The LED method of producing light loses far less energy to heat than do other lighting technologies. You could go 20 years without having to change an LED light bulb. Solid-state lights like LEDs are more stable light sources than incandescent or fluorescent bulbs.
Getting lighting right is important for the energy efficiency of a building and the well-being of its occupants. Up to 40% of a building’s electricity use is accounted for by lighting, while the right level and quality of light improves the alertness and accuracy of those working in it.
Ways to improve your organisation’s lighting include:
- Occupancy sensors: By dimming or switching off lighting when there is nobody in a room occupancy sensors can reduce electricity use by 30%.
- Daylight sensors: Adjusting the artificial lighting according to the amount of natural light in a room using daylight sensors or photocells can reduce electricity use by up to 40%.
- Maintenance plan: By regularly cleaning windows and skylights you can reduce the need for artificial light. Cleaning the fixtures that contain lamps, known as luminaires, will improve their performance.
Contact us today to find out how we can help with your lighting design.