Ee SMART LIGHTING SYSTEM THAT THE HEALTH INDUSTRY CAN’T IGNORE
A light fails in a room, Eco E immediately knows about it and sends a technician to fix it. They even know which replacement to take.
A resident has a fall, administration is immediately signalled and can attend.
Sleep patterns dramatically improve providing a greater feeling of health and wellbeing.
Up to 99.9% of airborne bacteria is destroyed resulting in lower transfer of sickness.
That may not sound like a big deal, but for the owners and operators of aged care facilities it offers a comfort and peace of mind for the residents and staff, efficiency increases in operation leading to a reduction in operating costs and a far healthier environment.
Eco Energy Group Ltd. (Eco E) is an unlisted public company that is forging a new business model, converting existing aged care premises into “Ee Smart” facilities, utilising patented technology that is raising the interest of some of Australia’s largest aged care owners and operators.
“There is now a rapid growth in understanding of the resident’s feeling of wellness and speed of recovery from sickness and injury brought about by proper sleep cycles. This includes the understanding of Human -centric Lighting (HCL) or the non-visual impact of lighting on humans by way of the Circadian Rhythm”. says Eco Energy Group financial director Ian Howard.
Eco E uses programmed variable light and colour shift to mimic the Circadian Rhythm promoting better sleep cycles. By providing wave lengths in the UVA and UVC range the system can clean up to 99.9% of airborne bacteria.
Howard said “Our intelligent Ee Smart technology Is a game-changer for not only new buildings, but now for existing facilities, but it’s the turnkey aspect of the energy managed service solution that includes auditing, designing, supplying, installing, financing, and maintenance of the model that has also made industry take notice. This is done with no upfront fee, no payback period and no exposure to further costs other than the dramatically reduced electricity cost and the simple monthly payment specifically tailored for the business”.
“This Lighting as a Service (LaaS) business model can reduce current electricity use by more than 75% with collection of usable data as the additional bonus paid for by the $ savings”. Howard said.
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