Budget Petrol is one of the largest groups of independent service stations in NSW, with over 60 locations in the Sydney metropolitan and NSW regional area.
Budget Petrol North Rocks was looking to upgrade their lighting to LED as a number of lights had blown, and those still working were extremely poor quality. They chose to partner with Shine On for the upgrade due to the quality of our products and the fact that being more energy efficient would save them more money.
We first undertook a trial to ensure they were happy with the light levels in the forecourt and they elected to go for the higher wattage Stellar Canopy. Using a combination of Shine On LEDs in the forecourt, retail space and common areas, the service station was able to reduce its lighting power costs by 68%. This saving will deliver a cost reduction of $69,257 over the next 10 years, all within a payback period of only 18 months. Importantly, the light levels have increased significantly, improving the experience for staff and customers.
Inchcape Australia is a leading player in the automotive services sector operating in distribution, retail and logistics markets with excess of 15,000 employees across Australia.
Shine On was called upon to provide an LED lighting retrofit of Inchcape’s showrooms and workshops in Docklands and Doncaster. Their existing lighting at the time was really poor and did not display the cars’ true colours in the showrooms and caused safety issues in the workshop.
Shine On proposed LED tube, floodlight and canopy alternatives to replace Inchcape’s old inefficient lighting. Following installation, the business was able to save 79% on their lighting consumption and power costs and will deliver impressive savings of over $583,633 in 10 years.
Kyneton Hospital is a rural public hospital that services the Macedon Ranges community in Victoria. It provides 38 beds, and acute services such as pathology, pharmacy, radiology, renal dialysis and emergency services.
The hospital was tasked with reducing their energy consumption and upgrading to LED was the most cost effective solution to achieve this. We were selected both due to the quality of our product and our vast experience working in hospital environments and understanding of the considerations required.
Using a combination of recessed and standard downlights and tubes, we were able to reduce the hospital’s lighting energy costs by 65%. Impressively, this will save the hospital over $144,000 over 10 years, with an amazing payback period of only five months!
Saint-Gobain Abrasives is a global manufacturer of abrasives, enabling customers to shape and surface-finish all types of materials across a diverse range of products. They have 65 manufacturing facilities over 27 countries, with their Australian headquarters in Melbourne, Victoria.
Shine On assessed the lighting at their headquarters and main manufacturing site in Campbellfield, as well as their distribution centre in Somerton. Both sites had consistently high power bills and they were looking to reduce costs through an LED upgrade. We were selected due to our transparent proposal, high VEET rebate and the quality of our flagship highbay.
Using a selection of highbays, canopies, tubes, panels, downlights and floodlights we were able to reduce the two sites’ combined light energy bill by 76%. This considerable reduction will see Saint-Gobain save $628,574 over 10 years, with a payback period of only 12 months. The introduction of sensored lights in low frequented areas of their distribution facility means lights are only on when required, and has led to an over 50% decrease in the site’s overall energy bill.
BP supplies fuel to around 1,400 service stations across Australia, with commercial property syndicate Fawkner Property owning three sites in Victoria.
Fawkner Property approached Shine On to assess the lighting at two of their BP service stations along the Princes Freeway south of Melbourne. They had long experienced high energy and maintenance costs, and due to the high ceilings, had difficulty constantly changing blown bulbs.
Using a combination of LED canopies, tubes, panels, and floodlights, the two service stations were able to reduce their lighting power costs by 70%, with a significant 40% reduction on their overall electricity bill. This impressive saving will deliver a cost reduction of $270,608 over the next 10 years, all within a payback period of only 16 months!
Deliver is a low cost, high performance national distribution company that has streamlined their delivery processes by using best of class partners in each state.
Shine On was called upon to assess the lighting at their Toll Drive facility which is used as a distribution centre. The building had no skylights and as a result, the lighting conditions were very poor which was causing workplace health and safety issues as well as poor working conditions for staff.
Using a selection of highbays in the main warehouse facility, we were able to significantly improve the light output with light levels increasing from around 90 lux – well below AS1680 Standards – to up to 440 lux. This considerable improvement was achieved in conjunction with an energy reduction of 84% and a 10-year saving of over $550,000! The introduction of sensored lights in low frequented areas means lights are only on when required, further reducing the facility’s carbon footprint.
NHP Electrical Engineering Products is an Australian owned company that sells motor controls, power distribution and automation systems across Australia and New Zealand.
Shine On was called upon to assess the lighting at their main manufacturing plant and distribution facility in Laverton, Victoria. Sections of the building had already been upgraded to LED lights with five different suppliers, but management were unhappy with the quality of light and the rapidly decreasing lux levels. When they looked to upgrade the warehouse aisles and open area they turned to Shine On.
NHP elected to try our flagship product, the Shine On H-Flux Highbay due to its impressive 100,000 hour lifetime rating and the low light depreciation levels, and they were not let down. Since installation, the light levels have significantly improved – both within the warehouse and in comparison to the other areas that had already been upgraded. This improvement was achieved in conjunction with an energy reduction of 78% and a payback period of only 18 months.
Bombardier is an international company that manufactures both planes and trains around the world, with a number of sites across Australia.
Bombardier was looking to upgrade their existing lights to LED at their large head office to reduce their energy outgoings and bring down costs. Being a heavy industrial environment with high ceilings and ongoing production activities it was imperative that we were flexible and adhered to their stringent safety guidelines.
Using a combination of Shine On tubes, highbays, backlit panels, floodlights and downlights, we were able to reduce Bombardier’s power costs by 69%. This will deliver an impressive saving of $763,590 over 10 years. All was achieved with no hold up to production and the original timeline was met.
Western Health manages three public hospitals, Footscray Hospital, Sunshine Hospital and Williamstown Hospital, as well as a number of other community based services.
Through a very competitive tender process, Shine On was selected to provide a full LED lighting retrofit of the Sunshine Hospital. Western Health’s main objective was to reduce their carbon footprint.
After a thorough site assessment we proposed a selection of LED tubes, backlit and circular panels, and downlight alternatives to replace Sunshine Hospital’s old inefficient lighting. Following installation, they were able to save 68% on their lighting consumption which will deliver a massive ten year saving of over $2,300,000. What’s more, they have reduced their greenhouse gas emissions by 1,717.40 tonnes per annum!
Bowens is a well-known Australian hardware retailer, specialising in timber, building supplies and contracting services in Victoria.
Shine On is carrying out LED lighting upgrades across various Bowen’s sites including; Bentleigh, Epping, Hallam, Laverton, Phillip Island, Rowville, Shepparton and Taylors Lakes. The goal was to enhance the aesthetic retail environment whilst also reducing energy consumption and costs.
Shine On proposed a variety of LED technology retrofit solutions which would ultimately save Bowens 75% on their lighting consumption and associated costs. This impressive saving will eventually deliver the business a ten year return of over $950,000. Also, the superior lighting maximises the effectiveness of Bowen’s product displays by enhancing true colour output.
Coreco Fine Foods, established in 1987, is an Australian family owned business which has been importing and distributing a diverse array of quality international food products in Australia.
Shine On provided a LED lighting retrofit for the Australian Head Office and warehousing facility in Preston. They required a lighting solution which would dramatically improve the illuminance of the workplace and deliver much lower energy costs.
Shine On provided a LED tube, LED highbay and LED panel solution to replace the old inefficient lighting. The upgrade enabled Coreco Fine Foods to save 68% on their lighting expenditure, and, delivering a ten year energy cost saving of over $416,500.
Signode is a leading global supplier of protective packaging systems and load containment.
Shine On was called upon to assess Signode’s Victorian headquarters in Derrimut. The LED lighting upgrade was carried out across Signode’s warehouses, offices and production line facility. The main objective was to decrease the costs associated with lighting, reduce the company’s carbon footprint, while also eradicating the time and costs associated with maintaining the older lights.
Shine On proposed LED highbay and LED tube alternatives to replace Signode’s old inefficient lighting. Following installation, the business was able to save 80% on their lighting consumption and power costs. This drastic reduction will deliver a ten year energy cost saving of over $340,000 and a maintenance reduction of over $3,900 per year.