LIF EMILAS winners announced

Congratulations to all the winners at LIF’s 2010 EMILAS Awards (Energy Management In Lighting Awards Scheme). Here is a low down of all the winners:

Lighting of Indoor Workplaces Category

WINNER ETAP for The Department of Communities and Local Government at Eland House, London with up to 75 per cent energy saving.

Highly commended PhotonStar LED working in conjunction with Ecovert FM, for a project in conjunction with Kings college London , New Hunts House , Guys campus SE1 with a 30 per cent energy saving with a 30 per cent energy saving.

Highly commended Thorn Lighting for a project with Transport for London for the replacement of wire wound luminaires with high frequency dimmable luminaires with a 75 per cent energy saving.

Lighting of Outdoor Workplaces Category

WINNER Holophane for Cheshire West and Cheshire Council for an outdoor car park with a 25 per cent energy saving.

Sports Lighting Category

WINNER Chalmor for Bedford International Athletics stadium indoor sports and running track with a 60 per cent energy saving.

Road and Amenity Lighting Category

WINNER D.W Windsor for Battersea Bridge, London, for both pedestrian and vehicles (with a high traffic flow) with a 45 per cent energy saving.

Highly commended Holophane for a project commissioned by Chester West and Chester council for re-lighting an access road with a 60 per cent energy saving.
Highly commended Holophane for a project in conjunction with Hull city council for street Lighting incorporating decorative lightweight hinged columns, with a 40 per cent energy saving.

Building Facade Floodlighting Category

WINNER Philips Lighting for a project carried out for Nottingham city council to light the Tamar Building; an LED lighting scheme for a city centre environment with an energy saving of over 90 per cent.

Highly commended Philips Lighting for a project in conjunction with Southwark Council, Peckham; a system run off an I-player to provide colour changing effect with the input triggered by a digital Barometer with a 50 per cent energy saving.

Energy Management in Road Lighting Category

WINNER Harvard Engineering and Durham County Council for a project commissioned by Durham county council to refurbish a section of the A167 with a 25 per cent energy saving.

Lumicom/Recolight Recycling Award 2010

WINNER Chalmor for the University of Bedfordshire to refurbish the Bedford campus with a 30 per cent energy saving.

Highly commended ETAP for a project carried out for The Department of Communities and Local Government at Eland House, London with up to 75 per cent energy saving

Highly commended PhotonStar LED, working in conjunction with Ecovert FM, for a project in conjunction with Kings College London, New Hunts House with a 30 per cent energy saving.
Highly commended Thorn Lighting for a project with Transport for London for the replacement of wire wound luminaires with high frequency dimmable luminaires with a 75 per cent energy saving.

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