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Energy Efficiency


Right: first direct Arena, Leeds, lighting by High Technology. Below: The 600mm x 600mm direct indirect fitting and the asymmetric 600mm x 300mm fitting by Keenlight.


which helped to reduce the annual lighting energy consumption from 19, 710kW/h to 12,463Kw/h. The factory also had ample skylight so daylight sensors were installed so during daylight hours the fittings burn at a fraction of their total output, maximising energy savings. Because of this upgrade the lighting levels in the warehouse have been raised from an average of between 50 and 60 lux to now achieving a maximum luminescence of 239 lux – giving an average of 170 lux. The system is low maintenance, offering a lifetime of 15 years. George Whale, Operations Manager for Solvents with Safety commented “MHA Lighting offered us three different schemes and we opted for the one that provided the highest levels of


illumination, whilst achieving significant energy savings and Co2 reductions. Not only is the light colour, output and uniformity superb, but our staff are benefiting from the improved lighting and we are seeing real cost savings on our energy bills.” The first direct Arena in Leeds had energy efficient lighting fitted by High Technology Lighting. High Technology Lighting specialise in supplying energy efficient lighting solutions for


retail and commercial spaces. The LED luminaires, supplied from the company’s Quartlet range were finished to match the colour pallet of the executive boxes, lounge and bar areas. The new lighting system comprise of over 300 fixed and adjustable downlights and track spotlights. These new fittings bring a modern look to the building as well as saving energy and low cost to run. Ailsa Oliver, Assistant General Manager at the first direct Arena, commented, “We are


delighted with the lighting at the first direct Arena. The fixtures from High Technology Lighting not only provide us with an energy saving solution but they also look fantastic and create a great ambience in the executive boxes, lounge and bar areas.” Thomas Holgeth, Joint Managing Director


at High Technology Lighting, commented, “We are always extremely proud to fulfill a client’s brief, especially on a prestigious and highly competitive project such as the first direct Arena. Using this innovative technology, the arena will not only save energy and the associated costs but the lights also look great! The fact that the product is designed and made in the UK also means it offers significant benefits to the environment and the issues of responsible sourcing and ethical trading, which can only be a good thing.” With many lighting companies producing energy efficient lighting, control system and sensors there is a solution out there for every business, large or small, and with saving money top of everyone’s agenda we should see more and more companies converting in the years to come.


Contact ETC +44 (0)20 8896 1000 www.etcconnect.com


Harvard Engineering +44 (0)113 383 1000 www.harvardeng.com


Keenlight +44 (0)208 652 9720 www.keenlight.com


MHA +44 (0)1942 887 400 www.mhalighting.co.uk


High Technology +44 (0)113 277 8077 www.hightechnologylighting.com


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