Redwood Systems Offers Industry Leading Energy Efficiency Solutions

Redwood Systems, the leading provider of building-performance lighting solutions, today announced that it has established operations in Europe, received European certification of its products and signed an agreement with marquee customer EDF, the second largest electric utility company in France. In addition, Redwood Systems announced that it has extended partnerships with technology companies Anixter, a leading global supplier of communications and security products, electrical and electronic wire and cable, fasteners and other small components and CommScope, a global leader in infrastructure solutions for communications networks.

 

“Low voltage technology and IP connectivity are game changers in the lighting industry and Redwood Systems’ smart lighting solution leads the way in Europe,” said David Menga, Research Engineer, EDF Labs. EDF has implemented Redwood Systems’ technology in its innovation lab to determine the potential impact building-performance lighting solutions can have on its commercial customers.

 

Redwood Systems has seen rapid adoption of its building-performance lighting products in the United States. Using a patented approach that delivers efficient low-voltage DC power and control to LED light fixtures and a high-density sensory network, the system delivers an average of 75 per cent energy savings and gathers rich data around power consumption, temperature and space utilisation. The system is used in a range of applications including offices, data centres and educational institutions. Current clients include Facebook, Volkswagen, and Google.

 

Redwood Systems is now bringing the power of its technology to Europe where energy efficiency is a top priority. As a result, organisations in the region can now partner with Redwood Systems to improve their assessment rating with the Building Research Establishment Environmental Assessment Method (BREEAM), in addition to demonstrating their commitment to carbon reduction goals set by the U.K.’s CRC Energy Efficiency Scheme.

 

“Europe, and the U.K. in particular, has proven its commitment to improving energy efficiency and reducing emissions in large public and private sector organisations,” said Dave Leonard, CEO of Redwood Systems.  “Given Redwood’s proven ability to make a marked impact in these areas, we see our expansion into Europe as a way to help more businesses save money and meet government energy mandates.”

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