Harvard receives Carbon Trust accreditation

Carbon-Trust-SupplierHarvard Engineering, world leader in the design, development and manufacture of energy saving lighting solutions, has become an Accredited Supplier of the Carbon Trust.

The company, which is behind the market-leading CoolLED range of LED drivers, the industry leading LeafNut monitoring and control system for street and outdoor lighting, and the ingenious EyeNut management and monitoring system for indoor lighting, has been accredited for Lighting and Controls.

In order to receive the accreditation, Harvard submitted information about three energy saving projects the company has recently worked on. These projects were the LeafNut installation for Luton Council, the installation of Harvard’s retrofit LED solution for SOX lamps, RetroLED, for Blaenau Gwent Council in Wales, and the installation of Harvard’s CoolLED drivers in Leeds Arena, in a combined project with Leeds-based High Technology Lighting.

Russell Fletcher, sales and marketing director at Harvard, commented, “We are really pleased to have received Carbon Trust accreditation for our products. Here at Harvard, we pride ourselves on creating innovative solutions that reduce carbon emissions and improve energy efficiency. The Carbon Trust accreditation helps to strengthen this message and underlines our company’s core values.”

The Carbon Trust Accredited Supplier scheme is the market-leading scheme for high quality energy efficient equipment and renewable technology suppliers, providing independent validation and recognition of a supplier’s skills and services.

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