Up to 20% of the average energy bill goes to lighting (in schools and warehouses, that figure goes even as high as 70%). In 80% of the commercial buildings, the lighting system still consists of old, very energy consuming light bulbs. The potential savings are enormous.

Phasing Out Your Lamps.

13 April 2015. Since that day, high pressure mercury lamps are banned by Europe (next year, metal halide lamps will be banned too). These energy consuming lamps are no longer available in the European market. They are no longer allowed to be sold. If‚  you want to replace your lamps, you won’t find them in the shop any longer. You will have to consider a full relighting for your building. A pity?‚ No, an opportunity!

Our Solution for You

EnergyVision helps you prepare for the near future, with an offer you cannot refuse. At EnergyVision, we understand not everybody is willing to invest in relighting. We don’t think it is necessary either. That’s why we developed a formula whereby we absorb the investment, and we share the savings with you. It goes like this:

  1. EnergyVision replaces your lamps by state-of-the-art light fittings (e.g. high quality LED or T5)
  2. EnergyVision bears the full investment (and we bear the risks too)
  3. You save money from day one (we share part of the savings – that’s how we recover our investment)

Indeed, EnergyVision offers state-of-the-art light solutions, very often based on LED technology. We establish a direct link between manufacturer and customer – we don’t work through intermediaries. That’s why we can offer you high quality for surprising prices.

EnergyVision LED Bulb

You Win Four Times!

  1. You avoid an expensive investment for relighting (we understand that you prefer to invest your money in other projects)
2. You are in line with all European standards (and even better: you have state-of-the-art technology in your building!)
3. You lower your energy costs immediately (your energy bill goes down while you didn’t invest anything)
4. You choose for quality. We only choose for the ‘Best Available Technologies’ and on top of that, we bear the risks. This is how you‚ know we choose for sustainability. We leave the less serious projects for the cowboys out there (there are plenty of them these days).