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“... Energy At Work has been very helpful from start to finish, clearly understanding my precise requirements. The new retrofit and LED lights have been brilliant, not only is the store brighter, they consumed less energy too, allowing me to reduce my energy costs. I have no qualms in recommending Energy At Work to any businesses looking to reduce their energy bills!”
Lenny Tan, Director of LKR Enterprises Limited t/a CeX .
Most old lighting can be inexpensively modified to save from 25% - to - 80% of energy (especially fluorescent tubes) through our lighting upgrades and installation services.
Stages to saving energy:
1. Think about your goals for your lighting and financial goals
Meeting the lighting company early can help you develop your plans using their experience
2. Ask the lighting team to view your building considering your aims
They should analyse your energy-costs, maintenance impact and condition of your existing lights:
3. Ask them to suggest lighting that improves the working / visitor effectiveness of the building.
Changes must be good-value so they achieve your financial goals.
There are some cheap poorly-engineered lights on the market that have a very short life, so ask the designers to explain how they have considered lifespan and low maintenance.
If you're changing your lighting layout instead of just upgrading each light, 3d designs of their layout ideas including designing responsive lighting for open-plan areas should be created with examples of light-levels
4. The supplier must install and expertly set-up your lighting
Make sure installers will be tidy, courteous and work to your agreed times.
5. The last stage is configuring any energy-saving controls to maximise your energy-savings, including any sensors, dimming or remote-control features, then explain these to your staff.
The result: a building that's effective to visit/work in...
...and a huge drop in energy-costs
Contact us on 0845 224 2254 (includes message service) or 01992 537600 (if from non-BT line , office hours only) to arrange a discussion about your site, your goals and your energy-uses.
You can achieve the maximum savings with the minimum capital-expenditure.
The results are lower energy costs, and often better appearance or improved lighting for staff, students or visitors. Areas in North London, Hertfordshire Essex Cambridgeshire and Bedfordshire we can visit easily to survey
We work with many publicly-funded sites, and private organisations from offices, to hotels to factories and warehouses, where payback can be as fast as 12 months.
We can discuss funding arrangements and pilots to help ease your way.
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