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2014 Annual Report: Elite Energy

Whilst our T5 retro fit business continues to reduce as expected, the ever decreasing prices on LED luminaries has generated great interest in both the public and private sectors in switching to more energy efficient lighting. Elite Energy continues to offer quality certified products and now have strategic partnerships with Osram, Whitecroft and Dextra Lighting. These partnerships allow us to offer a broad product range at highly competitive prices without compromising on quality. Elite Energy’s work, this year, has taken the company from one end of the country to the other. At one point teams were working simultaneously in Scotland and Devon as well as Derry and Redcar.

Notable successes this year included a complete lighting replacement scheme in the University of Plymouth – Library Building which saw the company supply and install over 1,000 new LED fittings to a value of £135K. Our Redcar & Cleveland framework contract continues to be successful with over 4,000 light fittings either replaced or refurbished this year. A contract within the Western Health & Social Care Trust to include work at Altnagelvin Hospital ended up doubling in size as the benefits of
our energy efficient lighting became apparent. Our successful submission for the Resource Efficiency Wales framework has yet to reap rewards, however once the framework is established the company should see some significant returns.

Customers and clients continue to demand more from contractors as a way to weed out poor quality. Elite Energy’s accreditations, including ISO9001/18001/14001 continue to reinforce the company’s position as a premier lighting refurbishment and replacement specialist.

Adrian Lyon“Managing Elite Energy is enormously rewarding. Not only do I get to work with an excellent team of hard working and talented people but I have the back up and support of the Workspace Group. It doesn’t get much better than that!”

Adrian Lyon – General Manager

Read the full Workspace Annual Report 2014.