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L IGHTING


OF LIGHT


an offer organisations a solution that improves performance and ection, says Darren Riva of Zumtobel Group Services.


Everything associated with lighting, from design through to regular maintenance, will be handled by the provider, enabling businesses to focus staff on core tasks. Once installed, transparent remote monitoring helps businesses to achieve the agreed aims regarding illuminance, energy efficiency and – with expert guidance – to identify future opportunities to enhance usage patterns.


“Adjusting lighting to individual needs and implementing new functions


isn’t a one-off task performed during installation, but rather continues throughout operations.”


The most advanced suppliers understand the biological effect of light on the human body and work with businesses to design solutions that motivate employees and serve to enhance the reputation and brand image of the company as a whole. Adjusting lighting to individual needs and implementing new functions isn’t a one-off task performed during installation, but rather a continuous process throughout operations.


Efficient lighting systems also result in lower energy consumption and reduced CO2 emissions, improving


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environmental balance and lowering CO2 certificate costs. EU legislation is gradually removing the problem of inefficient lamps from the market, often forcing businesses to modernise. The lighting as a service model replaces outdated lighting in a considered and planned fashion, with skilled staff disassembling and disposing of the old luminaires and lamps.


The Internet of Things is also emerging whereby lighting systems are the vehicle through which security solutions are implemented or data is gathered – intelligent systems that can be seamlessly integrated as needs dictate.


Time to switch Changing any purchasing model will always require careful assessment, and moving to lighting as a service will be a step change for many. However, with the growth of the circular economy, businesses are looking seriously at any solution that improves performance and moves the company in a more environmentally conscious direction.


Taking the decision now can lead to immediate savings and a model that normally pays for itself from day one. As technology advances, more businesses will recognise the advantages of the ‘as-a-service’ approach to lighting. Driven by circular economy thinking, a tailored, optimised lighting system can have a significant impact – on employee performance, on environmental impact and on the bottom line.


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