Lighting technology has advanced at a rapid pace. Driven heavily by LED manufacturers, it’s not unusual to achieve energy efficiency improvements of 50% to 90% compared to traditional technology. We can do all this, plus enhance light quality, improve control and reduce maintenance costs.

Like solar PV, the LED cost curve has reduced significantly in the last 5 years. A good quality LED tube to replace a standard T8 tube can be purchased for as little as $25. That same LED will last twice as long and consume half the energy. 

Imagine having the option to purchase a vehicle that consumes half the fuel and would last twice as long, would you buy it? Retailers have done a great job in communicating these benefits to the consumers, particularly within the residential market.

Are you taking advantage of smart lighting technology in your business? Should you be?  

 
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Lighting projects

pitt&sherry Saves LaserBond Facility 125,000 kWh with Lighting Upgrade

Key Outcomes

  • 125,209 kWh per annum in energy savings
  • 1,500 energy savings certificates (ESCs)
  • ROI of 2.4 years
  • 120 tonnes of CO2 emmissions offset per annum

pitt&sherry (incorporating KMH Environmental) was commissioned to undertake an assessment of the energy savings opportunities at LaserBond’s Smeaton Grange facilities. The initial assessment focused on opportunities within their buildings services, where their factory lighting was an obvious choice.

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pitt&sherry Saves LaserBond Facility 125,000 kWh with Lighting Upgrade

Key Outcomes

  • 125,209 kWh per annum in energy savings
  • 1,500 energy savings certificates (ESCs)
  • ROI of 2.4 years
  • 120 tonnes of CO2 emmissions offset per annum

pitt&sherry (incorporating KMH Environmental) was commissioned to undertake an assessment of the energy savings opportunities at LaserBond’s Smeaton Grange facilities. The initial assessment focused on opportunities within their buildings services, where their factory lighting was an obvious choice.

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pitt&sherry Board Agenda: The Energy Uplift

Boards today have an immense role. There are few easy answers when faced with changeable, complex and diverse shareholder expectations. Ultimately, corporate performance tells the story.

 
What if there was one simple, easy way of improving multiple aspects of corporate performance?
 
Would you, as a Board member, investigate?
Boards today have an immense role. There are few easy answers when faced with changeable, complex and diverse shareholder expectations. Ultimately, corporate performance tells the story.
 
What if there was one simple, easy way of improving multiple aspects of corporate performance?
 
Would you, as a Board member, investigate?
 

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pitt&sherry and Apple and Pear Taking a Bite Out of Energy Costs

Potential Outcomes

  • 200,000 MWh per year reduction in energy usage
  • Offset 225,000 tonnes CO2-e per year
  • $25.5 million in savings for the industry per annum

pitt&sherry (incorporating KMH Environtmental) has partnered with Apple and Pear Australia Limited (APAL) to successfully win an Energy Efficiency Information Grant (EEIG) project under the Commonwealth Government’s Department of Resources, Energy and Tourism.

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