Car park lighting and ventilation can account for > 50% of electricity costs. We can help you save.
Reduce car park electricity usage and save
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Car park energy saver
- We identify options to reduce car park lighting and car park ventilation electricity usage and costs.
- We conduct a cost-benefit analysis of each opportunity and compare the relative cost-benefits of each to determine the very best option for your site.
- We source quotes from reliable suppliers.
- If needed we manage the installation.
- We can also verify energy and cost savings.
Car park lighting running 24 hours a day is a common source of energy wastage and high electricity costs.
Car park lighting
There are several options to upgrade car park lighting.
The first step is to identify lighting in entrances and ramps, passageways and over car spaces as all these areas have different light level requirements.
There are a number of options to reduce car park lighting energy usage:
- Install motion sensors to control lights.
- Re-zone lighting circuits.
- Retrofit T5 or LED tubes into fittings.
- Replace fittings with new T5 or LED fittings.
- Replace with integrated LED fittings with motion sensors and dimming controls.
Which option is best for your site?
It depends on a number of factors (type of existing fittings, age of fittings, ballast, hours of use, location, access to fittings, current light levels.)
We will inspect your car park and determine the best option for your site.
<h3>Car park ventilation</h3>
Car park ventilation fans not only increase energy consumption but also peak demand charges.
- We assess the energy usage of your ventilation system.
- Identify options to reduce energy usage (e.g. scheduling, VSDs, carbon monoxide monitoring, 2-speed motors).
- Conduct a cost-benefit analysis of options, with cost savings, implementation cost and payback.
- We are able to manage the upgrade and verify cost savings post implementation.