Holophane: June Newsletter

Holophane Shortlisted for the Enviroment award at the UKWA Awards 2018



June began with a positive start with news that Holophane had been shortlisted as finalists for the United Kingdom Warehousing Association (UKWA) 2018 Awards.

Holophane were shortlisted for the ‘Environment Award’, which will be awarded to a company that best demonstrates a commitment to sustainability and the most successful application of energy efficient processes.

The UKWA Awards, which recognise and reward excellence in the third-party logistics sector, attract entries from some of the most influential companies in the logistics and materials handling industry.

“This year, the calibre of submissions has been particularly high,” commented Peter Ward, UKWA CEO. “We usually aim to select three finalists for each category, but in this case felt that outstanding candidates should all be recognised for excellence, even though on the night there can be only one winner for each award!”

There are nine Awards categories open to UKWA members and suppliers to the 3PL sector. The overall winner of each, along with a special Chairman’s Award, will be presented with a trophy by leading political broadcaster Andrew Marr at The UKWA Annual Lunch & Awards. This flagship event for the Association is sponsored by Savills and will be held at London’s Dorchester on Weds 4th July 2018.
 


Case Study: Nottinghamshire Street Lighting

Nottinghamshire County Council manage and maintain approx. 94,000 street lights in the County. Since 2014 an LED luminaire replacement programme has been rolling out to replace all SOX lanterns in the County.

The aim of the LED replacement programme was to reduce energy use and street lighting outages through-out the County giving the residents of Nottinghamshire an efficient lighting stock with fewer outages and reduced budget pressures for energy and maintenance.

Holophane & Nottinghamshire County Council Street Lighting Engineers worked in partnership to identify a range of luminaires suitable for the replacement programme. The chosen luminaire - Holophane’s award winning V-Max.

To date around 41,000 LED luminaires have been installed, with a mix mainly of V-Max V1’s and V2’s replacing the residential road lighting throughout the county.

To read the full case-study and discover the costs savings to-date that Nottinghamshire County Council have achieved click here.

 

Related Case Studies

Nottinghamshire saving £1.5m per annum in energy costs with the help of V-MAX

Nottinghamshire saving £1.5m per annum in energy costs with the help of V-MAX

Nottinghamshire saving £1.5m per annum in energy costs with the help of V-MAX

Nottinghamshire County Council manage and maintain approx. 94,000 street lights in the County. Since 2014 an LED luminaire replacement programme has been rolling out to replace all SOX lanterns in the County.