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Library benefits from energy saving lighting


Hitchin Library is benefiting fromreduced energy


costs and improved working conditions having fitted modern energy-efficient lighting supplied by Fluorel. The replacements


use much lower energy and arebrighter than the previous lights. This was achieved byacombination of latest technology T5 fluorescent tubes, and modernhigh frequency control electronics. The installation is targeted to achieve around 40%energy savings. For this project the payback period has been defined to be within4years.


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Appointments


Rosco Rosco Europe is pleased to announce that Cristian Arroyo of Rosco Iberica is to take on an expanded role within the company from 1 July 2011. Arroyo’s new position is a dual role consisting of Business Development Manager - South Europe and European Textiles Manager.


Deltalight High-end architectural lighting manufacturer Deltalight is delighted to announce the addition of Jenny Petschenyk, who has joined the team as a Lighting Advisor, and Paul Prescott, who has taken over looking after the North.


Architainment Lighting Architainment Lighting Ltd has expanded its Technical Services department with the addition of two new team members. Jonathan Adkins has been appointed to the role of Technical Services Manager and Ian Davies joins as Technical Services Engineer.


NES creates largest lightpanel project in Europe


Essex-based NES has been involved in the creation of Westfield, Stratford City, Europe’s largest urban shopping mall, and the prestigious gateway to the Olympic Park. NES created a monumental brick-effect, made-up of large flat bricks, slightly raised ones as well as fabricated blocks, which were fitted above the top floor of the mall. The bricks and blocks sitting on top of the back panels are made from specially formulated polycarbonate – dense for the non-illuminated units and opalescent for the illuminated variety. Bricks and blocks are lit using NES’ own LED lightpanels.


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