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CP’s controls reduce running costs for West Dorset District Council

CP Electronic’s Vitesse Plus and Vitesse Modular lighting control systems have been installed to great effect in the impressive new offices of West Dorset District Council. The council has moved from its previous location of Stratton House to smaller and ...

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Wieland’s Metalynx proves ideal for major refurbishment

Refurbishment of 1A Wimpole Street in Westminster has included the use of Wieland Electric’s Metalynx structured wiring system to connect small power and lighting and to distribute the control cabling for the lighting management system. 1A Wimpole Street was built ...

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Workplace daylight exposure linked to sleep, activity and quality of life levels

Enhancing indoor lighting may improve office workers’ physical well-being and sleep quality finds new research. A new study demonstrates a strong relationship between workplace daylight exposure and office workers’ sleep, activity and quality of life. Compared to workers in offices ...

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Helvar launches phase two of its lighting control software

Helvar is pleased to announce the immediate availability of the latest version of its uSee lighting control interface. Phase two sees the addition of two completely new functions (Maintenance and Emergency) as well as a series of improvements and updates ...

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Quicklight in ‘top 10’ of fastest growing companies in UK lighting industry

Lighting maintenance service provider Quicklight continues to buck the downward economic trend by being ranked the 6th fastest growing company in the UK lighting industry, in terms of sales growth*. Total sales for the company increased by 76% in its ...

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Capital Punishment

Reducing CO2 emissions is high on the agenda, yet funding shortages are stopping energy efficiency projects from going forward, particularly in the public sector. How then are other organisations overcoming this problem? asks Joanna Watchman. For facilities managers, carbon reduction ...

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Wieland supports fast installation at Riverbank House

Wieland Electric has supplied its Metalynx armoured structured wiring system to enable fast connection of lighting, small power and fan coil units at Riverbank House in the City of London. Located at Upper Thames Street, close to London Bridge, the ...

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Ten ways commercial property professionals can go green for Earth Day

The Building Owners and Managers Association (BOMA) International has published some top tips for commercial real estate professionals to make energy efficiency and sustainability a priority on Earth Day and every day. With the office building industry accounting for a ...

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Global shipments of wireless building controls to exceed 36 million units by 2020

Wireless technology is finally entering the mainstream of the commercial buildings controls market. While building automation and controls have been used for decades, wireless networks are enabling more granular control over building systems without many of the design and labour ...

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Flexibility is the key to efficient lighting control says Ex-Or

Dynamic companies embrace flexible working techniques to keep them ahead of the game. In an age of flexitime and hot-desking, work stations within open plan office areas constantly alter in size and location to meet the changing business needs of ...

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