Warrnambool’s Callaghan Motors recently undertook a lighting and solar overhaul as a progressive business move that will save the organisation thousands in electricity costs annually, while making a positive impact environmentally.
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Middy’s TechEnergy and D2 Lighting were engaged by BAE Systems to conduct a review of their maintenance hangar at Melbourne Airport. BAE were required to undertake a number of upgrade projects (including lighting) to bring the hangar up to Australian Standards. The project benefits include an annual saving of $45k and increased lux reading by 1860% (276.4 lux).
Our Middy’s TechEnergy team works with you on any size project to ensure you are offering your customers the most advanced products and energy efficient solutions available. 1500 LED lights were installed in all common areas of the Eureka Tower to reduce energy consumption by 80%. The ROI was only 6 months with project lifetime savings over $1m and a significant CO2 reduction.
Middy’s TechEnergy conducted an energy audit on behalf of a local contractor at Clyde Park Vineyard, a fine wine maker located 30 kilometres north of Geelong. The contractor presented the energy audit to the Owners who subsequently approved installation of a solar system and LED lighting fit out. The 20 kilowatt integrated solar panel system entails 80 solar panels that will dramatically reduce the amount of greenhouse gases produced and make Clyde Park more carbon friendly and sustainable.
Southwest business owners save money on energy and help sustain the environment with solar power panel installation. This story was published in Southwest Biz, Volume 27, Summer 2013/14. Warrnambool business Callaghan's Moters recently added 120 solar panels to the roof of their business. The results have been instant and positive by saving them on energy bills and making a positive environmental impact.
Middy's TechEnergy provided a residential automation solution for six TAC assisted living apartments in Abbotsford, Melbourne. These apartments will house a number of residents with acquired brain injuries & permanent injuries. C Squared Automation completed all the installation, programming and integration of Leviton's Omni automation system.
Middy’s Technologies was approached by the Transport Accident Commission (TAC) to provide a residential automation solution for six assisted living apartments in Melbourne. The facility houses a number of residents with acquired brain injuries and permanent physical disabilities resulting from serious road accidents.
With a proven record for success demonstrated in past projects, Middy’s and Nilsens partnered with B&R Enclosures to supply the racks and equipment for the project. The project demanded critical requirements which needed to be considered in the partnership. These included adhering to strict delivery schedules for supply while also maintaining open and consistent communication between all stakeholders in the project.
The Manningham Council offices were gutted by fire and required an extensive refit. The electrical contractors Kane and company worked with Middy's Technologies to design & implement lighting, automation and security systems.