2011 Master Electrician
Green Project of the Year
2011 Master Electrician Green Project of the Year
SEDAC Director David Van Zwienen and National Manager Craig Lewis
accepting the award in Brisbane
SEDAC Director David Van Zwienen and National Manager Craig Lewis
accepting the award in Brisbane

SEDAC won the Master Electricians Australia “Green Project of the Year” for its innovative lighting control system, which has now been rolled out in 525 supermarkets across Australia.
The multi-million dollar project involved automated systems to switch off unnecessary lighting out of hours and at times of the day when it was not needed.

This has led to a reduction of tens of thousands of tonnes of CO2 per year, and a saving of hundreds of thousands of dollars per month in electricity costs for the customer.  

Master Electricians Australia Group CEO Malcolm Richards said the supermarket lighting reduction project was a perfect example of the innovative, high-quality and energy-efficient work the organisation encouraged among its accredited members.

 

“The judges were highly impressed with this project, not just with the outcomes SEDAC Energy Management was able to achieve, but with the way they involved the client and took into account their needs at every step of the process. “SEDAC are deserving winners of this award, and they have set a very high bar for other contractors in the future.”