Lights firm switches on a low cost option

Andy Chell from Greenlite,  which has launched a zero interest leasing option for its lighting solutions.
Andy Chell from Greenlite, which has launched a zero interest leasing option for its lighting solutions.
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Times are tough and money is tight – so one Blackpool firm has had a light-bulb moment and come up with a deal to win new customers.

Low energy lighting specialists Greenlite, of Avroe Crescent, Squires Gate, has launched a zero per cent interest leasing option on its low-energy Induction Lighting.

The company which supplies lighting solutions to the likes of BMW, Homestyle, Wickes, Blockbusters and Bella Italia, said the deal was designed to help firms upgrade to low cost lighting at an affordable cost in the current economic climate.

Andy Chell, sales and marketing manager at Greenlite, said leasing energy-efficient lighting products instead of buying them outright meant customers could immediately reap the energy-saving benefits of new lighting, without the capital outlay.

He said induction lighting typically consumes up to 50 per cent less energy than conventional discharge lighting, such as metal halide.

Since induction lighting features lamps without internal electrodes, the lamps last much longer than conventional ones.

In fact, typical lamp lifespan is 75,000 hours and the light is instant, meaning no prolonged warm-up time. The lighting can help organisations meet their commitments to cutting carbon emissions.

Mr Chell said: “We are so confident of the savings to be made by using Induction Lighting that we are choosing to offer completely interest-free leasing.

“This is a great opportunity for organisations that are struggling to find the funds to upgrade their lighting to put in place the latest energy-saving technology without delay.”

Greenlite currently looks after 8,000 properties and has 30 engineers.

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