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LED

  • Smart, energy-efficient lighting for Strömstyrkan’s new premises

    Intelligent controls for automatically turning the lights on and off, dimming the lighting level and Tunable White was a given choise for Strömstyrkan in their bright new premises in Vimmerby. Strömstyrkan i Vimmerby is an installation company founded in 1992. They work with electrical, data and alarm installations, for both consumers and businesses. They also […]

  • Playful lighting for the children’s shop Jollra

    Jollra is a recently opened children’s shop in central Nyköping, located in Västerport Shopping Centre and selling toys for babies and children, prams and pushchairs, baby care items and more.   Finding the right lighting solution When Aura light was first contacted about the lighting for Jollra, a new children’s shop, the requirements were simple […]

  • Aura Light introduces new LED concept

      The lighting company Aura Light launches a new unique LED-light source. Aura UltiLED Long Life is energy efficient, gives high quality of light and lasts at least 60,000 hours. It has a lifetime guarantee of eight years and is a true Long Life light source.   Many LED solutions have had problems with moisture […]

  • Property company Pagoden cut energy usage by 95%

    When Pagoden replaced its stairwell lighting with the LED luminaire Aura Alpinia, the cut in energy consumption was tremendous: from 1453 MW/h to 55 MW/h.

  • Hötorget buildnings, Stockholm

    LED solution helps Vasakronan reach energy goals in Hötorget buildings

    Aura Lunaria LED panels in combination with presence sensors help Vasakronan be more sustainable. ”Because we own property for € 9.4 billion, our energy-savings have a big impact.”

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