Häfele is an international hardware, fitting systems and electronic locking systems company that began in 1923. Today customers from 150 countries rely on Häfele’s expertise and performance.
Shine On was selected to provide an LED lighting retrofit for their Melbourne site as they proved to offer the best value for money. The main objective was to lower unnecessary energy consumption, power and maintenance costs.
Shine On proposed a wide variety of their new LED technology alternatives to replace the old inefficient lighting. Following installation, the business was able to save 70% on their lighting consumption and power costs. This impressive saving will deliver a ten year energy cost saving of over $982,000.
Franklin Web is an Australian-owned national printing company based in Victoria, New South Wales and South Australia specialising in catalogue printing. Franklin has more than 100,000 square metres of print production capability across 40 acres and all under the one roof. To put that into context, their print precinct is twice the size of the MCG.
Shine On was chosen to provide the LED lighting retrofit of the Melbourne site as we provided the best value for money and quickest return on investment. Franklin Web was keen to increase the quality of light output for production while lowering energy and maintenance costs and reduce OH&S implications of replacing blown bulbs.
Shine On proposed a wide variety of energy efficiency products to replace the old inefficient lighting which included LED highbays, LED canopies, LED panels, LED floods and office lights. Following installation, the business was able to save 70% on their lighting consumption and power costs. This impressive saving will deliver a ten year energy cost saving of over $705,974.
Dysons is a leading Australian and family-owned transportation service, operating a large fleet of modern buses and coaches for both metropolitan route services and charter coaches.
Shine On was selected to provide an LED lighting retrofit of Dysons’ Bundoora site which included the spray-booth, wash-bay, parking, vehicle detailing, vehicle fueling, and museum areas. The main objective was to lower unnecessary energy consumption, while reducing maintenance time and costs and the OH&S implications of replacing blown bulbs.
Shine On proposed LED tube, highbay, floodlight and canopy alternatives to replace Dysons old inefficient lighting. Following installation, the business was able to save 67% on their lighting consumption and power costs. This impressive saving will deliver a ten year energy cost saving of over $561,400.
Cigweld is an innovative, world leader in the production of welding and cutting equipment and consumables.
Shine On was requested to provide a LED lighting retrofitting solution for Cigweld’s Asia-Pacific Head Office in Preston. The company wished to improve their carbon footprint, reduce their electricity costs, as well as the maintenance time and costs involved with replacing blown bulbs.
Shine On proposed LED tube, highbay, canopy and floodlight alternatives to replace Cigweld’s old inefficient lighting. Following installation, the business was able to save 69% on their lighting expenditure, resulting in a ten year saving of over $417,000. Cigweld also enjoyed an additional saving of over $4,000 per year for the maintenance of the older lights.
Apex Steel is an Australian-owned and operated manufacturer employing over three hundred people nationwide. As a market-leader in the manufacture of steel and steel building products and with a $250 million turnover nationwide; they are Victoria’s No. 1 independent roofing steel supplier.
Shine On was called upon to assess the lighting across three Apex Steel sites in Victoria, Queensland, and South Australia for a full LED lighting upgrade in all areas including manufacturing, storage, office and outside areas. While their main objective was to reduce overheads and energy consumption, there were other benefits too such as; reducing maintenance labour, improving the quality of light and creating a safer working environment.
Following installation, the business was able to save 66% on their lighting consumption and power costs. This impressive saving will deliver a ten year energy cost saving of over $1,885,800.
Star of the Sea College is an independent, Catholic, day school for girls, located in Brighton Melbourne.
Shine On was approached to assess the school’s lighting and provide an LED lighting retrofit solution. The main objective was to improve the quality of light and create brighter and warmer learning environments for Star of the Sea students. The college was also interested in lowering energy consumption and maintenance costs, and the OH&S implications of replacing blown bulbs.
We upgraded the old inefficient light fittings in their west wing, hall and gym with our LED tubes, highbays, backlight panels and globes. As a result, the business was able to save 66% on their lighting consumption. This impressive saving will deliver a ten year energy cost saving of over $334,113.
Pure South Dining is a restaurant and bar located on the Southbank, Melbourne. It first opened in 2004 as a champion of ethical farmers, fishermen and artisan producers; building close relationships to provide their guests with a world class dining experience.
Shine On was sought to assess the lighting requirements within Pure South Dining. Following an assessment, Shine On suggested alternatives that would continue to reduce the restaurants costs and environmental footprint. By replacing the existing lighting, Pure South was able to save on unnecessary energy consumption, while still retaining the all important ambience of the restaurant.
Using a combination of LED tubes, downlights and adaptors, Shine On improved the lighting levels and lowered their annual lighting energy consumption by an impressive 70%. Importantly, the five year energy cost savings for the restaurant will be in excess of over $31,800, with a payback period of only nine months.
The Dandenong Club is a social club located in Dandenong. Their facilities are diverse and include four bars, a cafe, bistro, function rooms and ample car parking, all set amongst a picturesque garden setting.
Dandenong Club partnered with Shine On in 2013 with the aim of reducing their power bill and maintenance costs. Following Shine On’s assessment, the Club elected to complete a full retrofit of the lighting in their premises, converting the majority of internal (and some external) lights to LED.
Using a combination of LED adapters, tubes, downlights, globes, recessed circulars and shopfitters, Shine On helped to reduce the Club’s annual lighting energy consumption by an impressive 68% and a first year return on investment of 146%. Not only did the new lighting retain the right ambience in the club, but it also lowered maintenance and bulb replacement costs, something that had been an issue for the Club previously.
Brunswick East Primary School recently engaged Shine On to assess their existing lighting and prepare a proposal for a VEET subsidised LED lighting upgrade.
We audited their classrooms, offices, hallways, and exterior; tailoring a solution to not only reduce their energy and maintenance costs, but also improve the school’s environmental performance and aesthetic appeal. Environment is very much a part of the culture and community at Brunswick East Primary School so sustainability and longevity were a conscience part of the agenda.
Using a combination of LED tubes, Shine On was able to improve the lighting quality in the school and save 63% on their lighting energy consumption and power costs. Equally as important, the school was also able to set a positive example to their community through their proactive approach to reducing energy usage.
Patons have been passionate about creating premium Australian macadamia products since 1975. Over 38 years they have grown to become the world’s leading integrated macadamia company.
Shine On was asked to assess the current lighting across various Patons buildings, including warehouse, office and production line facilities. Their main objective was to reduce energy consumption, whilst also reducing maintenance costs and OH&S implications of continuously replacing blown lights.
We proposed LED tubes, highbay’s and canopy alternatives to replace old inefficient lighting. Following installation, they were able to save 65% on their lighting consumption and power costs. This impressive saving will eventually deliver a five year energy cost saving of over $125,000.
Print Media Group is a leading corporate print specialist. Proudly 100% Australian owned, they employ more than 280 staff nationally in manufacturing and specialised print solutions.
As one of Australia’s largest manufacturers with the broadest range of print capabilities in the country, Print Media required the lighting output in their factory to be of the highest standard. Equal to this, they wanted to reduce energy expenditure, while adhering to their sustainability commitment.
Not only did the new lighting assist with productivity, it also lowered maintenance and lamp replacement costs and delivered an impressive five year energy cost saving of over $260,000.
Thornbury Kids philosophy is to develop an appetite for learning through providing each child with rich experiences that are targeted to the developing brain. This is done through the provision of a consistent, coherent individually tailored program that is fully integrated with the home experience.
Shine On assessed the childcare facility’s existing lighting and prepared a proposal for a VEET subsidised LED lighting upgrade that would not only reduce the energy and maintenance costs, but also improve the environmental performance of the building.
By changing the existing halogen downlights to 8W LED downlights, Shine On was able to improve the lighting quality at Thornbury Kids and save 85% on their lighting energy consumption and power costs. This considerable reduction was achieved with a payback period of only 9 months and a first year return on investment of 132%.