The Government’s subsidy scheme for new build homes in the UK also means that the company’s LEDUS brand indoor lighting products can offer a significant reduction in both household energy bills as well as help to address the emissions reduction target.
(PRWEB UK) 7 February 2015
Leading international manufacturer of LED products including interior LED lights, outdoor LED lights, LED street lights, LED commercial lights, LEDUS, has announced its decision to provide direct sales to the consumer as well as continue its already significant and successful retail operation for businesses and government departments.
Tech Pro Technology Development Limited manufactures and distributes a huge variety of LED products under the LEDUS brand. The products are designed to provide a green solution for both indoor and outdoor lighting requirements. LEDUS Products are used in street lighting projects as well as a variety of industrial, commercial and residential applications. Tech Pro is proud of its ability to offer its range of products that can help to reduce power requirements by up to 80%, which not only means significant savings but helps to reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
The company’s expansion into direct consumer sales has been built on its already well proven track record as a major supplier of its LEDUS products direct to businesses and a number of government projects across Europe. The company has been successful in supplying at least two local councils in Spain, for instance, with its street lighting products. The Spanish street lighting contract is projected to run for at least 16 years. Other major projects include car park lighting in Spain and Portugal and apartment block lighting in Malaysia.
LEDUS is looking to take advantage of the UK Government’s serious commitment to reduce its greenhouse gas emissions over the next few years and believes that by offering its superior energy saving products it will help to achieve these goals. The Government’s subsidy scheme for new build homes in the UK also means that the company’s LEDUS brand indoor lighting products can offer a significant reduction in both household energy bills as well as help to address the emissions reduction target.
The company will soon have a showroom for its products in Westminster, in the heart of London, and it is planned to have a major online sales option for the individual retail consumer.
Tech Pro is listed on the stock exchange and has gradually expanded its manufacturing bases as well as its R and D centres since the company was first established. By manufacturing and selling its own products it can cut out the middleman and provide significant savings in the cost of its quality LEDUS products to all potential customers, both commercial and residential.