Read below some of our case studies of work we’ve committed to our clients.
James Clay, an independent importer and distributor of craft and specialist beer, required new LED light fittings that would deliver energy savings and improve light quality for their employees. We conducted a free no obligation survey and presented them with potential savings they could achieve and a price for the installation. Work was carried out without disruption to services and within a short time frame providing benefits to James Clay that are set to be long term.
As a result of the project James Clay have been able to cut its lighting energy consumption by an 88% saving of 79,276 kWh every year. In terms of reduced energy bills and maintenance costs, this means the site is saving £11,388.14 per year. James Clay expects to achieve payback on the project in just 2.9 years using Enhanced Capital Allowance (ECA) saving a further 20%.
Established in 1994, Plas-Tech Thermoforming have been supplying plastic components to the plastic industry for over 20 years. More recently they have acquired a new building which was partially fitted with LED and sodium lamps. However, this did not suffice the activity within their warehouse and needed a better lighting solution.
Plas-Tech went for a supply only option, meaning they were going to install the lighting themselves and we were to source a recommendation; we decided that 13 Lumi Optima 5218 with inbuilt daylight harvesting and PIR’s was the best option for their requirements. After we came to commission the project, checking that the PIR’s were set at the correct time and were working, and they are expected to achieve a saving of 7,521 kWh every year.
"We were very impressed with the light design and the quality of installation. The initial commissioning was excellent, especially the detail and determination to get everything right"
- Nick Fitzpatrick General Manager & Head Coach
YM Chantry approached Energy Oasis to install an intelligent LED lighting system over their new printing area, lighting a strip 15 meters wide and 110 meters long. The lux requirement was an average 500 lux, with a colour temperature of 5000 Kelvin’s, which is equivalent to day light. The Purchasing Manager and Project Manager at YM Chantry commented “We are very impressed with the job, the lighting is fantastic and the difference it has made is obvious” “The lads on site were really good and had no problems working with and around the different trades we had on the job during the installation”.
The LED light that was best suited to this environment was the LumiOPTIMA 5324, A robust LED product specifically manufactured for industrial applications. Each luminaire has its own integrated PIR which includes motion detection, maintained light levelling and daylight harvesting. By installing efficient and effecting LED lighting we were also able to reduce CO2 emissions by 15.01 tons! Which has helped YM Chantry to reduce their carbon footprint and saw a reduction in energy consumption of 68% against their old lighting system with had an increase in lux levels of around 350 lux.