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NWT LED

NWT LED specialises in providing high quality, low energy, LED solutions. We work with public and private sector organisations across Europe who are leading the way in energy efficiency.

Light Emitting Diode (LED) systems have multiple advantages over conventional light sources. They are the most efficient light bulbs available, using less energy than traditional bulbs and lasting far longer. LEDs are more efficient because they emit light in a targeted direction and don’t waste energy as heat – incandescent and compact fluorescent lights release as much as 80-90% of their energy as heat.

Recent advances in LED technology means that it now outshines traditional lighting in every way.  Illuminating your building with LEDs can achieve on-going cost savings of 40-60% when compared with conventional lighting – and it lasts far longer – 50,000 hours or more.

Rapid return on investment

In many instances, LED lighting will pay for itself in a short space of time, often less than 4 years.  After this point, all the energy cost savings you make are yours to keep.

Easy to install

In the majority of cases, LED lights can be retrofitted to your existing light units, meaning the existing bulbs can simply be replaced.

Versatile

The colour temperature of your LED lighting can be set to match your requirements – whether you are looking for a warm glow or a cool white, there is a whole spectrum of options.

Costs and savings

The electricity savings that can be achieved through LED technology can be calculated before it is even installed.

NWT can assess your current lighting energy consumption, provide a matching LED replacement proposal and finance the installation. This means there is no capital investment necessary before installation.  The loan repayment instalment amount is then set according to the energy cost savings.

What next?

To see how an NWT LED installation can impact on the profitability of your business, contact us on 01444 470018 to arrange a free no-obligation on-site assessment, or visit the NWT LED website for more information.