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Energy Efficiency


Retail Lighting Focus: Tout’s Budgens, Cheddar Company: MHA Lighting


Award–winning lighting specialist MHA Lighting is focusing its attentions on helping retailers to improve their customers’ experience whilst saving them money. The company’s patented waveguide technology uses up to 80% less energy than traditional fluorescent fittings, cutting carbon emissions considerably. The units are fully sealed, meaning that they are ideal for supermarkets or food retailers as they do not attract dust or insects.


MHA Lighting has installed one such system at Tout’s Budgens in Cheddar, replacing traditional fluorescents with 84 of their unique TiLite fittings from the patented range. The company claims the fixtures will provide the retailer with energy savings worth £89,539 over the products lifetime, and will save 567 tonnes of C02. If Tout’s Budgens runs the fixtures at 18 hour a day operation then it is believed that the lights will not need replacing for nine years, also saving on the cost of routine maintenance. “We chose to make the switch to LED lighting as part of our commitment to improving the customer experience and reducing the carbon footprint of the business,” explains


Philip Tout, Owner of Tout’s Budgens. “MHA Lighting provided an LED lighting solution that not only improves lighting levels but reduces our on–going energy costs and equivalent CO2 emissions.” www.mhalighting.co.uk


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