Energy assessment of existing installation with optional, supportive online monitoring
- Site surveyed and energy consumption calculated at circuit watts level.
- Installation of remote monitoring equipment to individual circuit level.
- Real time measurements by site or estate.
- Management have observer rights.
- Monitoring can be installed permanently to ensure individual site energy savings continue to be achieved.
Proposed lighting design and calculation conforming to current legislation
- Proposed lighting design and calculation.
- Light sources chosen by best practise with a site lifetime calculation of ten years.
- Controls as appropriate.
- Full Part L (2013) and LENI* compliance with supporting certification.
- LENI methodology calculates energy usage per sqm and compares it to Part L parameters.
- External factors such as air conditioning, chiller/freezer cabinets, natural light sources etc are taken into consideration.
- Emergency lighting provided to the statutory regulation of - "The Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting" (ICEL).
- Light level to suit application.
- Luminaire sampling for site approval.
Implementation of proposal
- Remove existing luminaires where necessary and dispose of according to "The Waste Electrical Equipment (WEEE) regulation 2013 applicable from 1st January 2014.
- Clean and refurbish, in situ, any luminaires that are to be retained.
- Clean any major daylight contributors such as roof lights.
- Clean all other Natural Light areas.
- Installation of new energy efficient light sources including:
- Major Brand luminaires and components installed.
- Wireless Control Systems reducing installation costs with remote monitoring and analysis.
- Electrical Upgrades where applicable.