Lighting Services announce Low Energy solutions for your business this Bristol Big Green Week

In line with Bristol Business Green Week (16th – 20th June), Lighting Services in St Annes, Bristol are pleased to announce a new range of LED lamps and lighting solutions that could help your business save money.

Business Green Week have set out a schedule for the week which includes day three ‘Low Impact Day’ asking businesses to reduce their carbon footprint.
“Here at Lighting Services, we believe the option to ‘turn your lights off’ is not necessary”. Lighting Services, Matt Holway, explains “with new technologies entering the market; LED lighting, occupancy detection sensors and daylight harvesting sensors, lights just don’t need to be turned off to save energy”.

In a recent project, Lighting Services supported Park Street’s Diana Porter Contemporary Jewellery as they moved from halogen lamps to energy efficient LED lamps. Lighting Services projected the expected payback time as less than 2 years, with an estimated cost saving of £2,367.86, a massive 45% in just 3 years with more savings in the following years.

As well as lamps, Lighting Services can also help businesses cut costs by introducing occupancy detectors to areas which may become vacant several times throughout the day, such as meeting rooms, toilets and even offices. Occupancy detector sensors automatically turn lighting on or off depending whether the room is occupied or vacant. Daylight harvesting sensors are also a great way of saving energy in offices where windows offering daylight are incorporated. Daylight harvesting features assess the level of daylight entering the room and levels the artificial lighting to create a recommended lighting level.

If you are interested in learning more about these products or wish to have a free visit and quotation to your business please call us on 0117 9720030 or email sales@lightingservices.com

Images attached: The inside of Diana Porter Contemporary Jewellery with Lighting Services LED lighting and the Shop front of Diana Porter Contemporary Jewellery. Notes for editor: Lighting Services started in 1985 stock and supply lamps, luminaires and control gear as well as offering services such as lighting design and energy management. High profile customers include: The National Trust, Bristol Airport and the Colston Hall. Also known as Specialist Lighting Services, more information about the Bristol-based company can be found at www.lightingservices.com Specialist Lighting Services (UK), 3 Avon Valley Business Park, Chapel Way, St Annes, Bristol, BS4 4EU For more information or images contact: Kim Pounsberry T. 0117 9803254 E. kim.pounsberry@lightingservices.com