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Lighting


offices and educational environments, and providing 50,000 hours of maintenance free operation, Academy is as an ideal replacement for linear fluorescent fittings. Granton also houses one of Scotland’s largest training


providers for performing arts and the Construction Centre for Excellence, where a wide range of modern and traditional construction courses - from glazing, carpentry and stone masonry to conservation and heritage construction skills – are on offer. In the Workshops, the IP65 rated Climate LED luminaire was used; with a polycarbonate construction with opal diffuser and stainless-steel anti-tamper clips, Climate is available in 1200mm, 1500mm & 1800mm body sizes, specifically designed to replace fluorescent luminaires. This weatherproof high-performance fitting can be surface or suspended via metal fixing points. Climate Extra has a market leading efficacy of 142 Llm/cW with


increased performance for improved energy efficiency, and Climate luminaires were also used in carparks throughout the campuses.


The Hub


The main student social area is known as the ‘Hub’ and is surrounded by a range of college facilities, including student services. The Corridors were lit with Edgelit LuxPanels and Atlas bulkheads, which provide an alternative to traditional 28 and 38-watt 2D compact fluorescent fittings. Atlas luminaires can be fitted with an integral microwave sensor to further reduce energy consumption. With the corridor function selected, the sensor adjusts the light level to 10% of the normal level when the space is unoccupied. Other luminaries installed included Celeste, an attractive


circular LED luminaire from Luceco featuring a ‘corona’ backlight effect with a direct / indirect light distribution. The luminaire can be surface, wall mounted or suspended using a 3 point 1.5-meter suspension kit, creating an attractive pendant. Celeste offers up to 50,000 hours working life with no maintenance or re-lamping requirements, which benefits the environment in terms of energy efficiency and lamp disposal.


A brighter future To date there have been over 6000 energy saving LED luminaires installed throughout the Campuses at Edinburgh College through the partnership with Ameresco, Luceco and McCann Electrical. McCann’s have an excellent track record in delivering a wide range of electrical solutions across a number of industry sectors with expertise working within educational establishments. The product selection was compiled by Grahame Scott, Project Manager at Luceco who identified the best-fit energy efficient replacement luminaires on a one for one basis in each area to be relit.


Edinburgh College is committed to ensuring their students are prepared for successful careers and connections to industry. They are also committed to a more energy efficient and cost-effective future throughout their estate, LED lighting from Luceco being a contributing factor, as well as maintenance on lighting provision being substantially reduced due the elimination of re-lamping of old luminaries. Ameresco is a leading renewable energy and energy efficiency company offering ESPC-funded solutions for public and private organisations. ESPC (Energy Saving Performance Contract) is a third-party financing mechanism that allows building owners to fund energy-saving upgrades through savings made from future utility bills. Ameresco chose Luceco as their preferred lighting manufacturer for Edinburgh College, and McCann Electrical Contractors based in Motherwell were chosen for the electrical installation throughout the campuses.


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