LED Eco Lights

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company

LED Eco Lights is a British manufacturer and supplier of retrofit LED lighting technology. They specialise in LED lamps and luminaires. The company's headquarters is in Camberley, Surrey and they also have an office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. They have two brands Goodlight, a range of LED solutions for business-to-business and Bright Goods, a range of antique-style, decorative filament LED lamps for consumers, hospitality and retail environments.

The company's Goodlight range of LED lamps include high bays, low bays, panels, downlights, spotlights, tubes, CFL replacements, SON replacements, 2D and street lights. The LED lamps are suitable for commercial, industrial, retail, leisure and amenity buildings.

Their Bright Goods range of antique-style filament LED lamps include classic GLS, pear shapes, globes, tubes, candles and mirrored R63 lamps. The brand, Bright Goods, was founded in early 2015 and was launched at the Retail Design Expo which took place in Olympia in March 2015.

History

LED Eco Lights was founded ten years ago in 2006 by directors, Waq Bhatti and Saima Shafi, who had a passion to provide simple, energy-efficient, retrofit solutions to traditional lighting. They won an exclusive contract with Pets Corner [1][2] in 2011, after a successful trial period, which led to the installation of Goodlight LED lamps into all UK stores.

In 2013, LED Eco Lights won 'Most Innovative Lighting Product' by The Electrical Industry Awards [3] for their Goodlight G-Sense 2D Lamp which was also voted 'Best Retrofit' by Lux Magazine. Other shortlistings include 'Project of the Year (Electrical, Lighting)' and 'The Energy and Carbon Saving Award' for their British Airways World Cargo installation.[4]

At the beginning of 2014, LED Eco Lights announced that it had opened an office in Dubai.[5]

The company has was selected as a finalist for the 'Energy Efficient Product of the Year (Lighting) Award' by The Energy Awards in December 2014. In September 2014. It was also selected as a finalist for the 'Project of the Year 2014 Award' by The Electrical Industry Awards for their installation of LED T8 Tube Lights into Jaguar Land Rover's Solihull Plant Production. Their website was shortlisted in the same year for 'Best Supplier Website' by The Electrical Wholesaler Awards.[6]

In October 2015, LED Eco Lights were chosen to be the only LED lighting manufacturer to take part in the BBC One series of DIY SOS: The Big Build, Military Veterans Special, with Nick Knowles and his team, where hundreds of their Goodlight LED lamps were donated into the war veterans homes.[7] The show aired on Wednesday 14 October 2015 and concluded on Wednesday 21 October 2015.

LED Eco Lights celebrated their 10 Year Anniversary since launching in 2006. Their celebrations included new products, appearances at exhibitions, giveaways and staff events. In March 2016, their Goodlight G360 LED SON Replacement Lamp was short-listed as finalist for the 'Energy Efficiency Product Innovation Award' by Edie's Environment & Energy Awards 2016.

The company won the 'UK Corporate Excellence 2016' award by Wealth and Finance International in October 2016.

The launch of their newest product, the G5 LED Batten luminaire, to replace traditional fluorescent twin tube fixtures through a dramatic video. Since the G5's launch, LED Eco Lights has been nominated for two awards - 'Lighting Product' by FX International Interior Design Awards and 'Marketing Initiative of the Year' by The Electrical Industry Awards.

Awards and Nominations

Wealth & Finance International Awards (a vanity award)

Year Product/Project Award Result
2016 LED Eco Lights UK Corporate Excellence 2016 Template:Won

FX International Interior Design Awards

Year Product/Project Award Result
2016 Goodlight G5 LED Batten Lighting Product Template:Shortlisted

The Electrical Industry Awards

Year Product/Project Award Result
2013 Goodlight G-Sense 2D LED Lamp Most Innovative Product Template:Won
2013 British Airways World Cargo Installation Energy and Carbon Saving Award Template:Shortlisted
2013 British Airways World Cargo Installation Project of the Year 2013 (Electrical, Lighting) Template:Shortlisted
2014 Jaguar Land Rover Paint Shop Production LED Lighting Installation Project of the Year 2014 (Electrical, Lighting) Template:Shortlisted
2016 Goodlight G5 LED Batten Marketing Initiative of the Year Template:Shortlisted


The Energy Awards

Year Product/Project Award Result
2014 Goodlight G360 LED SON Replacement Lamp Energy Efficient Product of the Year 2014 Template:Shortlisted

The Electrical Wholesaler Awards

Year Nominated Work Award Result
2014 LED Eco Lights Website Best Supplier Website Template:Shortlisted

Lux Magazine (a vanity award)

Year Product Award Result
2013 Goodlight G-Sense 2D LED Lamp Best Retrofit Template:Shortlisted

Installation Projects

LED Eco Lights have supplied their lighting products to various organisations including Pets Corner, British Airways, Heathrow Airport, London Fire Brigade, NHS Hospitals, Norton Rose, Economist Office, Langley Leisure Centre, Malta Basketball Association, Winterbotham Darby and have just completed their 4,000th UK installation [8]


Year Installations
2010 Trade Team Distribution
2010 High Wycombe Leisure Centre
2010 High Wycombe Car Park
2010 The Pen Shop
2010 Crawley Town Centre Car Park
2010 Industrial Site (Water Processing)
2011 Pets Corner
2011 ESPO
2011 London Fire Brigade
2011 Goods Storage
2011 Central & Cecil Housing Trust
2011 British Airways World Cargo
2011 Hopwells Distribution Centre
2011 Montem Leisure Centre
2012 Economist Office
2012 The Mall, Cribbs Causeway
2012 Royal Surrey County Hospital
2012 Norton Rose Fulbright
2012 WHSmith
2012 Funky Pigeon Retail Store
2013 Langley Leisure Centre
2013 BAA Heathrow London Airport
2013 Jaguar Land Rover Solihull
2014 Malta Basketball Association
2014 Winterbotham Darby
2014 Japan Tobacco International

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