enLighten Australia’s quarterly e-newsletter covering company news, project wins, rebate schemes,
R&D updates, lighting & energy efficiency industry news and more.
Chamaeleon III wins National Energy Efficiency Innovation award
enLighten CEO Steve Cahill accepts the Best Energy Efficiency Innovation award
for the Chamaeleon III emergency LED luminaire at the National Energy Efficiency
Council's annual Industry Awards. The award gala dinner was held at Sydney's
Australian Technology Park on Tuesday November 15th as part of the Council's
Chamaeleon III, Tauro Blu & smartsense entry controls
Bracken Ridge Plaza QLD
Zorro area light
Brisbane Marriott Hotel
Vico LED batten
Chamaeleons for community housing sustainability retrofits
enLighten Australia's high efficiency standard & emergency smart luminaires
have been selected to deliver energy & maintenance savings in common
area lighting upgrades for SGCH (St George Community Housing), one of the
largest community housing providers in NSW, under a pioneering new funding
model for its sustainability retrofit program.
Eric Francis, Director, Francis Building Management
In the latest of our interview series, we speak with Eric, director of a
building management company that oversees the running of 9 premium Sydney
Eric comments on the drivers for energy savings from Owners Corporations, profiles
successes to date and fills us in on how he assesses LED lighting product
performance to counterbalance the sales spin.
New Skyline LED panel is here
The Skyline is a low glare edge lit LED panel for T-bar ceilings that provides
an energy efficient retrofit solution to conventional fluorescent T5 &
T8 troffer luminaires.
The 30 W Skyline is suitable for recessed, surface mount or suspended applications,
the Skyline LED panel has a UGR glare rating of <19.
Lake low glare commercial downlight now IPART approved
The Lake downlight is a high efficiency replacement for twin CFLs & metal
halide lighting in foyers, corridors, lobbies and toilets.
The Lake's wide 100 degree beam angle creates a uniform lighting effect and
the screwless terminal makes installation faster. Other key design features
include a low glare UGR rating of <19, CRI >80 and up to 112 lm/W
The Lake downlight is now approved to create Energy Savings Certificates under
the NSW Government's rebate scheme. The ESC rebate further improves the
lighting retrofit paybacks.
Zorro LED area light 35W and 65W models IPART approved
The Zorro LED area light is proving a popular lighting solution for rooftop
and outdoor carpark lighting upgrades. The 35W & 65W models with integrated
optical lensing are a retrofit lighting solution for 70W, 150W & 250W
metal halide or mercury vapour HID lights.
The lensing options of narrow, wide and symmetrical light distribution provide
flexibility to light driveways and parking bays with reduced retrofit costs,
due to the ability to fit existing pole & arm infrastructure. New optional
smart control options include light switching via integrated PE cell.
Contact us now for a price or project quote with ESC rebates.
Luminaire replacement guides - retrofit with confidence
Are you looking for quick reference guide to help understand lumen output &
power consumption of LED upgrades from existing lighting?
Our in-house lighting design team has prepared a summary table which will help
lighting wholesalers and electrical contractors offer project lighting
solutions from the growing enLighten range of LED luminaires to retrofit
T8 & T5 fluorescent battens - standard and emergency
HID lighting: metal halide, mercury vapour and high pressure sodium
Compact fluorescent & T8/T9 circular fluorescent
As we reach the end of 2016 we would like to thank all of our customers and
supporters for your contribution to our successful 7th year in business
and wish you a happy and safe Christmas season.
The enLighten office will be closed from lunchtime Friday Dec 23rd, 2016, re-opening
on Monday January 9, 2017.
Contractor breakfast sessions well received
As our product and smartsense control offerings continue to expand, we are
now able to demonstrate their design & serviceability features
in our interactive showroom in Artarmon, Sydney.
To date we've held two sessions, where existing and potential customers hear
how enLighten can support them in preparing lighting upgrade proposals
for their clients and how to claim government rebates. The Q&A
with our product engineering team offers the chance to examine our smart
luminaires and commission the control systems with either the smartphone
app or the IR commissioning tool.
With 100% of participants providing feedback that they would attend future
training run by enLighten or recommend us to colleagues, we're confident
that we are meeting the market need for contractor support and training.
Sign up to be informed of future training dates for 2017.
Welcome to Travis Jenkin, National Project Solutions Manager
Travis will be heading up enLighten's Project Solutions business and will be
based in Melbourne with national coverage.
Travis brings his extensive experience in the lighting, energy efficiency and
asset management consulting industries to assist clients with delivering
tailored LED lighting project solutions including lighting design, finance,
rebates & more.
Strata Tall Ships Day on Sydney Harbour
We set sail on Sydney Harbour aboard a tall ship last month with our key residential
strata clients, in thanks for their valued business. The sailing day was
organised by specialist strata energy brokers & energy management consultants,
Watt Utilities, who have run similar events interstate with supporting
companies to assemble the major strata & building management companies
for a relaxed networking function. Some intrepid guests braved the mast
climb by rope, whilst others chose to try clay shooting & a visit to
the historic Campbell Cove warehouses. A great afternoon was had by all.
To view the summary video…
NSW Environmental Future Funding Package: have your say
The NSW Government has released a new NSW Climate Change Policy Framework.
The policy provides important context for the government’s approach to
climate change. It sets two aspirational objectives:
achieving net zero emissions by 2050
NSW being more resilient to a changing climate.
The government has also announced a $500 million funding package and released
two draft climate change and energy savings plans for public consultation.
Public submission are invited by Dec 19, 2016.