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Get the Facts – Lighting Control

As we all know, energy efficiency is not something to make light of. Businesses looking to save costs and reduce energy usage often focus on machinery, but lighting control can also make a significant contribution to these goals. Clearly good lighting is a must in any business, to ensure that staff can work safely and […]

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Six things to consider when choosing low energy lighting

There are two ways to reduce your running costs for lighting: first, replace your existing lights with ones which use less energy and second, if they aren’t needed turn them off. 1. Replacing light fittings can be expensive. As the aim is to get a return on your investment, ask how any return has been […]

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Jargon Buster – Who to call when the lights go out!

The electrical world can be confusing and we’ve all come across some terms that don’t make much sense. That’s why in each issue of Wired we unravel a piece of industry gobbledygook and tell you what it means – In plain old English.   From the CEGB and AEBs to RECs and DNOS: Who to […]

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Bright Spark – LED lighting

Carl Johnson – Electrical Technician How does LED lighting work – and how can it save you money? Has traditional lighting had its day? It may have taken 100 years of development, but LED lighting is finally offering an affordable energy-saving alternative. Unless you only work outdoors and only in the daytime, it’s likely your […]

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Case Study – Bibby Turboflex

AES low energy lighting project saves 48% in annual lighting running costs

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Case Study – Everbuild

Lighting audit and installation delivers savings of £11K per annum

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Case Study – KTS Wire

Energy efficient lighting reduces carbon footprint, improves Health & Safety and saves money.

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Project News – Low energy lighting installation at A1 Football Factory

Co-owned and operated by Pontefract’s born and bred Ipswich Town and the Republic of Ireland’s very own Paul Green, the Football Factory brings the next generation of premium 3G football pitches to the area. With a 52,000 sq ft facility, currently hosting four state-of- the-art pitches, the Football Factory will be unrivalled in the quality […]

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