(PRWEB UK) 23 October 2013
It has been reported by Triple Pundit on October 22 that the American discount chain Walmart has announced it will open the store lit entirely using LED lights in a bid for the nationwide adoption of the energy efficient lights. The new store in South Euclid, Ohio will have LED lights installed throughout the premises, from lights in the car park to fridges in store.
Installing these energy efficient lights isn’t the first step the supermarket chain has taken to reduce their carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency. In 2005, the store began using LED lighting in freezers, as well as using the lighting systems in car parks and sales floors.
As experts in LED lighting, Visible Lighting provide an extensive range of domestic and commercial LED lighting products, and so understand the benefits of installing these lights in commercial spaces. The team regularly follow industry news and so were interested in this recent story. A representative for the company offered their thoughts:
“It is welcome news that a large retail corporation has made the decision to install energy efficient LED lighting throughout a store. Installed in businesses, LED lighting can help to reduce carbon emissions as well as help save money. The bulbs’ energy efficiency means that costs can be reduced on energy bills, while their durability helps to reduce maintenance costs. Additionally, the energy efficiency of LED bulbs means that little heat is emitted so businesses can save money on cooling costs. We look forward to seeing more businesses install energy efficient LED lighting.”
Visible Lighting was established with a view to providing high quality lighting at affordable prices. Supplying a multitude of energy saving products, the company specialises in LED lighting including LED strip lights, LED ceiling and wall lights, LED flood lights as well as commercial LED lighting. All products take advantage of the latest technology, providing customers with the best value for money. Visible Lighting places customer service as its top priority, regularly expanding its product lines.