Artificial light accounts for almost one-fifth of the world's electricity consumption. This is substantially more than the output of all the nuclear power stations in the world. Within 25 years, the global demand for artificial light is projected to be almost twice today’s level as the developing world moves towards western living standards.
The shift in global climate trends and an international focus on sustainable energy has
seen high rise buildings around the world favouring energy efficient lighting design as a means of retrofitting structures for modern times.
Being at the forefront of the architectural lighting industry, Laservision is forging a new evolution of efficient lighting design to cater for this dynamically evolving market.
Many governments around the world are beginning to utilise a greenhouse rating scheme for ranking the energy efficiency of office buildings. The Australian government was the first to have taken on the concept by means of the ‘Australian Building Greenhouse Rating’ (ABGR) scheme. The Schemes benefits include;
- Market recognition and a competitive advantage for low greenhouse emitters and energy efficient buildings,
- Encourages best practice in the design, operation and maintenance of commercial buildings to minimise greenhouse emission.
Hong Kong’s Electrical and Mechanical Services Department (EMSD) run a similar system titled the ‘Hong Kong Energy Efficiency Registration Scheme for Buildings’. The scheme promotes registration of Building Energy Codes which comprise of lighting, air conditioning, electrical, lift and escalator installations and stipulate the energy requirements of these installations.
Laservision is a world leader in Energy Efficient Lighting designs for prominent Skyscapers. Laservision's recent Energy Efficient lighting installations can be viewed at;
Laservision's 'Digital Data ~ Pump II' (designed and developed in Laservision’s accredited Research and Development facility) provides the control system for many of the building's energy efficient lighting designs. Regularly used in mission-critical situations, Laservision's DDP II provides high dependability to some of the world's most complex and demanding installations.
Laservision is a world renowned pioneer of creative, high impact solutions for the attractions, architectural lighting, emergency response, advertising and special events industries. Our creations are projected to targeted, large scale audiences, where the audience becomes an integral part of the experience.
These creations include permanently installed entertainment/communication for theme parks, energy efficient lighting design, tourist attractions and other special venues. Laservision also caters for themed celebrations and presentations for both the private and corporate sectors. Laservision’s world renowned installations include Hong Kong, Singapore, Korea and Sydney’s Darling Harbour. All can be viewed at www.laservision.com.au/projects