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Energy Efficiency


Optimum Efficiency


From saving the planet to saving money every company and organisation has reason to be energy efficient and with many ways to save no one has an excuse not to. . .


Today being ‘green’ is an important factor in everyone’s lives. Not only do we need to preserve the planet for the generations to come but in the current financial climate we also need to save every penny we can. Lighting is one of the biggest contributors to electrical consumption in the UK so this is an area that many businesses and organisations want to look at to reduce energy and costs. With pressure on businesses and organisations to be energy efficient many are switching to LED lighting. LED lighting can offer a good quality of light and also boasts of long life expectancy and low maintenance. Lighting systems can also be fitted with a range of features to help save wasted energy such as motion sensors or timers to pre set lighting to come on or turn off at predefined times. ETC offers a wide range of energy efficient LED fixtures including the new Selador Desire D22. This luminaire is 20cm and 3kg in weight and is perfect for use where low profile fixtures are a must. It also retains the


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