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CASE STUDIES

Renault, Reading

A lighting upgrade is a natural step for facilities wishing to reducing carbon, cut back on energy consumption or improve light quality. Addressing the lighting provides a minimum disruption option with a quick payback - typically around eighteen months.

Lighting design for manufacturing and production requires a different approach to spaces such as warehousing, as there tends to be more activity below and layout tends to be less uniform. Daylight harvest is a great automation option for manufacturing and can boost savings significantly if a facility has pre-existing skylights or windows.

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Brief

Replacing older style lanterns 1:1 is usually an inaccurate strategy for retrofitting a commercial space – particularly in high bay areas. It’s also crucial to use luminaires which have been designed with your working environment in mind; vibration, prolonged use and atmospheric dust can all significantly reduce the functionality and life expectancy of generic LED luminaires.

Floor space, function, ceiling height, frequency of use, and the position and placement of static and moving fixtures and assets all affect the design of a lighting scheme. A layout which worked with high pressure sodium or halogen lanterns typically doesn’t work effectively with high quality LED luminaires, as light intensity, distribution and directionality are usually very different.

Brief

Replacing older style lanterns 1:1 is usually an inaccurate strategy for retrofitting a commercial space – particularly in high bay areas. It’s also crucial to use luminaires which have been designed with your working environment in mind; vibration, prolonged use and atmospheric dust can all significantly reduce the functionality and life expectancy of generic LED luminaires.

Floor space, function, ceiling height, frequency of use, and the position and placement of static and moving fixtures and assets all affect the design of a lighting scheme. A layout which worked with high pressure sodium or halogen lanterns typically doesn’t work effectively with high quality LED luminaires, as light intensity, distribution and directionality are usually very different.

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Brief

Replacing older style lanterns 1:1 is usually an inaccurate strategy for retrofitting a commercial space – particularly in high bay areas. It’s also crucial to use luminaires which have been designed with your working environment in mind; vibration, prolonged use and atmospheric dust can all significantly reduce the functionality and life expectancy of generic LED luminaires.

Floor space, function, ceiling height, frequency of use, and the position and placement of static and moving fixtures and assets all affect the design of a lighting scheme. A layout which worked with high pressure sodium or halogen lanterns typically doesn’t work effectively with high quality LED luminaires, as light intensity, distribution and directionality are usually very different.

Cumulative Annual Savings

*Cumulative calculation. Accounting for return on investment and adjusted for inflation. Including all periphery savings and costs.

Luminaires

A lighting upgrade is a natural step for facilities wishing to reducing carbon, cut back on energy consumption or improve light quality. Addressing the lighting provides a minimum disruption option 

Energy Reduction

A lighting upgrade is a natural step for facilities wishing to reducing carbon, cut back on energy consumption or improve light quality. Addressing the lighting provides a minimum disruption option 

CO2 Savings

A lighting upgrade is a natural step for facilities wishing to reducing carbon, cut back on energy consumption or improve light quality. Addressing the lighting provides a minimum disruption option 

Payback Period

A lighting upgrade is a natural step for facilities wishing to reducing carbon, cut back on energy consumption or improve light quality. Addressing the lighting provides a minimum disruption option 

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