Biz Daily: Marketplace: ACS Receives Plasma Lamp Gift
Tuesday April 30th, 2013 In the News
“This is the first time that Plasma lights have been commercially employed in Singapore. Plasma lamps are an extremely energy efficient electrode-less lighting source powered by radio frequencies.”
Thanks to a donation from some old boys, Anglo-Chinese School (Independent)’s rugby team can continue to hone their skills even after dusk.
Previously, due to the lack of lighting at night, students were unable to train when the sun went down at the ACS (I) rugby field.
The school’s employment of cutting edge lighting technology – fifteen 1000W Plasma floodlights by green solutions company IEQ Global Pte Ltd – has enabled the efficient illumination of the field, allowing it to be fully utilised all day and night.
A project gamely sponsored by a team of old boys, this green effort to give back to their alma mater has allowed ACS (I) to be environmentally sustainable while still allowing the school teams to train to their fullest potential.
This is the first time that Plasma lights have been commercially employed in Singapore. Plasma lamps are an extremely energy efficient electrode-less lighting source powered by radio frequencies. They use a significantly smaller light source than conventional lighting technologies, producing an extremely long and bright light throw. Given its high colour rendering index, they also produce near natural daylight.
“When we were first approached to light the school field, we reviewed several leading edge lighting technologies. Plasma lighting immediately came to mind as its long and bright light throw makes it an ideal lighting solution for a school field. With a long lifespan, more than double that of conventional metal halide lamps, it reduces re-lamping and maintenance costs.
It also enables significant electricity savings, with fifteen 1000W Plasma lamps illuminating the field, comparable to a conventional option of forty 1000W metal halide lamps,” said Mr Ong Wei Ping, Executive Director of IEQ Global.
“Given its ultra long light throw, Plasma lamps are also able to utilise existing building structures, rendering additional erection of poles for the mounting of additional lighting unnecessary. This also contributes to reduced maintenance costs with lighting locations now easily accessible. We watched the ACS boys train and the lighting was literally ‘pitch perfect’,” added Mr Ong Wei Ping.
The feedback from the coaches and students has been very positive,” adds Ms Wei Loh, Senior Marketing Executive at IEQ Global.
IEQ Global works with two leading plasma technology parts vendors to develop lighting applications for use in Singapore and across Southeast Asia. Plasma lighting has also been used to illuminate a façade of the 10-storey building façade of Dorsett Singapore, the first hotel in Southeast Asia to use Plasma lighting.
For more information, click into http://www.ieqglobal.com/energy-efficient-lights/plasma/
The Business Times: Lighting the Way
Friday April 5th, 2013 In the News
Given rising energy costs and improvements in technology, LED lighting has become an increasingly attractive option for new buildings
“LED lights are more energy-efficient because most of the power going into them is converted into light.”
AS the use of energy-efficient lights becomes more widespread, new hospitality player Dorsett Hotel and Residences stakes its claim to being South-east Asia’s first new-built hotel with more than 95 per cent LED lights.
Much has been said about the advantages these energy-efficient lights offer over conventional incandescent, fluorescent and halogen ones, but property developers with an eye on the bottom line baulk at the high upfront costs of installing them, convinced that their costs outweigh their long-term benefits.
But LED lighting has become an increasingly attractive option for new buildings, given rising energy costs and improvements in LED technology, which have made them cheaper.
The Star: Brewer Switches to Induction Lamps to Conserve Energy
Wednesday December 5th, 2012 In the News
“Induction lighting is the perfect energy efficient choice for commercial enterprises that are seeking for immediate and concrete reductions in operational energy consumption.”
GUINNESS Anchor Bhd (GAB) announced recently that the company expects to reduce its annual electricity consumption by 200,000 kWh, having recently replaced the majority of its conventional high bay metal halide and mercury lamps with IntelliNRG[tm] Induction Lamps from IEQ Global. The newly installed IEQ IntelliNRG Induction Lamps are certified to be green, consuming 55% less energy than conventional metal halide and mercury lamps.
The IEQ IntelliNRG[tm] Induction Lamps have been installed at the Sungei Way Brewery, GAB’s main packaging and bottling plant in Selangor. GAB’s main packaging and bottling plant in Selangor. GAB’s decision to employ energy efficient lighting reflects the company’s commitment to reduce energy consumption and promote environmental conservation, in line with its Corporate Responsibility (CR) framework. Continue Reading »
Building & Construction Online: IEQ Global’s IntelliNRG Induction Lamps to Reduce Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB)’s Electricity Consumption by 200,000 kWh
Wednesday December 5th, 2012 In the News
“The newly installed IEQ IntelliNRG Induction Lamps are certified to be green, consuming 55% less energy than conventional metal halide and mercury lamps.”
MALAYSIA, November 29, 2012 – Guinness Anchor Berhad (GAB) announced today that the company expects to reduce its annual electricity consumption by 200,000 kWh, having recently replaced the majority of its conventional high bay metal halide and mercury lamps with IntelliNRG Induction Lamps from IEQ Global. The newly installed IEQ IntelliNRG Induction Lamps are certified to be green, consuming 55% less energy than conventional metal halide and mercury lamps. Continue Reading »
Lookbox Living: Green Light
Wednesday November 14th, 2012 In the News
“LED lasts up to 5 times longer than standard incandescent lighting. In addition, with a high colour rendering index, LED lights produce better quality lighting.”
Light Emitting Diode, or more commonly known as LED, is touted as the Mr Fix It of the lighting industry. They do dozens of different jobs and are found in all kinds of devices that are essential for modern everyday life. For instance, they form numbers on digital clocks, light up watches and of course, provide lighting in offices, commercial buildings and homes.
Despite its prevalence, LED lights are still environmentally friendly, making them a good option in and around the house.
IEQ Global LED, Induction and Plasma Lights Approved for Malaysia Green Building Index
Wednesday September 19th, 2012 2012, In the News
IEQ Global is proud to announce that our Induction, LED and Plasma lamps have been approved by the Malaysian Green Building Confederation as energy efficient lights for Green Building Index (GBI) purposes. Listed on the Green Pages Malaysia, IEQ Global’s lighting products can now be used to achieve GBI ratings.
Created by the Malaysian Green Building Confederation, the GBI is the only green rating tool for the tropical zone other than Singapore’s GREENMARK Certification.
To visit IEQ Global on Green Pages Malaysia, click here.
LookBox: Green Lights: Choosing to Use Eco-Friendly Lights is Easy with IEQ Global’s Comprehensive Lighting Solutions
Tuesday June 19th, 2012 2012, In the News, Media
We often underestimate the role lights play in our living environment. In actuality, light are essential for quality living, especially since we spend a good portion of our time at home at night. Beyond mere functionality, lights set the ambience in a home. And if chosen correctly, they can even help us save on energy and utility bills! Continue Reading »
IEQ Global in Green Pages Malaysia
Friday March 23rd, 2012 In the News
IEQ Global is proud to annouce its feature in Green Pages Malaysia.
The brainchild of the Malaysia Green Building Council, Green Pages Malaysia is an information resource directory for green building products and services. The primary objective of Green Pages Malaysia is to connect sustainable building products and services to conscientious clients, developers and building professionals.
Currently available online, the hard copy of this resource directory will be available in all major bookstores in April 2012.
Design and Architecture: Looking to go Green?
Friday March 16th, 2012 In the News
Looking to go Green?
Look no further than Asia’s premier Green Solutions provider, IEQ Global.
IEQ Global designs, manufactures and supplies energy efficient lamps based on stringent global and local standards. IEQ IntelliNRG™ lamps incorporate a wide array of light sources and technologies, such as LED, Induction and Plasma. We are among the World’s top five manufacturers of induction lamps, which have the same energy saving and long lasting qualities as LED lamps, but cost only a fraction of the price. Continue Reading »
Design and Architecture: Featuring IEQ Global Pte Ltd
Thursday February 23rd, 2012 In the News
As Asia’s Premier Green Solutions Provider, IEQ Global provides an extensive range of practical lighting solutions for a Greener planet. IEQ Global designs and manufactures LED and Plasma lights, and is the World’s third largest manufacturer of customised Induction lights. The IEQ IntelliNRG™ lamps incorporate a wide array of light sources and technologies that surpass market equivalents in performance, price and environmental friendliness.