Energy Management

Energy management aims to reduce the amount of energy a building or environment consumes.

Good energy management starts with assessing how a building uses energy. This covers all the energy requirements of which lighting is just one contributor. The total value of kWh can be calculated from existing usage along with product knowledge of all the individual components that require energy.

The next stage is to identify high energy consumption areas and assess available options to reducing the inefficiencies. Lighting technology has advanced significantly since the 1970’s and up to 80% of lighting energy requirements can be reduced by switching to LED.

Effective energy management will result in long term cost savings, however it’s true intention is to reduce carbon output globally.

The overall benefits of switching to LED are many:

  • LED technology has long lamp life in excess of 50,000/hrs
  • Reduced AC loading – because our lights emit minimum heat dramatically
  • Lower energy consumption –compared to other halogen, incandescent and fluorescent tubes fittings
  • Peak demand reduction
  • Dali PSU protocol for interfacing with electronic systems for lighting control and energy management.
  • Lower glare and evenly distributed light emissions
  • Lower maintenance costs
  • Lower energy costs
  • Demonstrates corporate and social responsibility

Global LEDA’s investment in R&D with our suppliers ensures we have the latest energy efficient LED technology and products in the market.

 Book a site assessment  for a complete evaluation of your energy costs and savings.