Free lighting efficiency surveys

EcoAlly offers free lighting efficiency surveys to celebrate UK launch

ecoAlly Limited have selected the UK as their global headquarters. Specialising in LEDs, the sustainable lighting consultancy comprises of three key business areas:
EcoAlly R&D:

Committed towards the innovation and improvement
EcoAlly Foundation:

Free LED lighting to local schools, supporting children’s learning
EcoAlly Education:

Support and education the market about LED lighting

Established in 2012, EcoAlly is a family run business with strong ties in the Middle East through two exclusive partner channels. We have access to advanced LED lighting manufacturing facilities and our design team enables architects to take advantage of innovative software to create professional lighting design.

Furthermore, the company has access to advanced LED lighting manufacturing facilities, which use auto soldering and SMT machines as well as electrical testing devices, such as integrating spheres and distribution photometers.

For the UK market, EcoAlly offers a range of 75 LED lighting solutions for both indoor and outdoor use on small to medium to large-scale projects, available to facilities managers, as well as DIY and electrical retailers. All EcoAlly’s products carry CE certification and are RoHS compliant. In addition, the company is supporting local schools by offering free LED lighting solutions.

Speaking about the company’s UK launch, EcoAlly said, “We are excited about the opportunity to share our skills, knowledge, and expertise for large-scale projects in the UK. We believe that our superior quality LED products will enjoy ever-greater adoption in the UK market because they offer energy savings of up to 80%, significantly reduce a company’s carbon footprint and last for up to 50,000 hours.

“For a school, this presents an incredible opportunity. To switch the light bulbs to LEDs in just one classroom could see energy savings of 50%, which equates to £9,000 over five years. These savings can then be invested in other areas and enhance the student learning experience. However, LED lighting isn’t just about saving money, it is about creating a better working environment, LEDs actually promote better brain function to keep students more awake and alert.”

To celebrate its launch in the UK, EcoAlly is offering a free efficiency survey to organisations that want to realise the benefits that LED lighting has to offer. To find out more and register your interest, please click here.

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