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CP Electronics’ new lighting control system makes configuration easier than ever

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CP Electronics, the industry-leading designer and manufacturer of energy-saving lighting controls, has unveilled its next generation of Vitesse Plus, a seven-channel lighting control system specially designed for educational and commercial applications, as well as retail spaces.

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Free outdoor lighting for the construction industry

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New from Bright Spark Solar is the Solar Sensor LED Light.

This inexpensive solar-powered LED floodlight is robust and fully weatherproof and provides some powerful lighting using free solar energy for a host of applications from driveways and yards to remote buildings, paths and entrances.

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Going green and renting lighting

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Simon Taylor, Managing Director of Aura Light UK, discusses new schemes that use projected energy savings to finance new lighting installations.

Lighting consumes approximately 20% of all electricity in the world, 30% of electricity in commercial spaces and 40% of electricity in office buildings worldwide. So it stands to reason that energy efficiency has become the hot topic when talking about lighting, with organisations asking themselves ‘How can we save more energy? How can we save on carbon emissions? How can we become more sustainable? How can we make financial savings?’

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Harris Miller wins half a million pounds renewable energy contract

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Electrical, Mechanical and Renewable energy contractor - Harris Miller has continued its growth across Wales by completing the latest of their Renewable Energy contracts worth over half a million pounds, to supply Coleg Sir Gar with Solar Photovoltaics (PV) electrical systems throughout its Graig, Ammanford and Pibwrlwyd campus’.

Harris Miller Director, Karl Miller, said: “The Coleg Sir Gar project came with tight deadlines, with all installation work needing to be completed throughout the summer break. The project was large in nature, as after completing the initial work we were also awarded an additional contract for the Pibwrlwyd campus. This allowed us to evidence our ability to simultaneously provide high quality installation work at three large project sites. In total we installed just under half a megawatt of solar pv in 6 weeks!”

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RHI tariff rates for new applications

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The domestic RHI will pay, on a quarterly basis, the following tariffs per unit of heat generated for seven years (28 payments).

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