A beacon of light: Cleolux Greenlight creates energy savings

A beacon of light: Cleolux Greenlight creates energy savings
Description

Lighting uses up to 20% of all electricity consumption. A change to LED lighting introduced by the Cleopa GmbH in Germany has seen a reduction in energy consumption among its clients by at least 50%. The model allows LED users to make repayments over a period of time so that their repayments are lower than their predicted energy bill savings.

Results

Cleolux was the successful start for Cleopa GmbH company in the field of eco innovations. They have now 60% more staff, 100% more turnover and increased profitability. Even more, they are investing into new product research and are looking for more staff. The innovation funding helped them to solve problems they could not solve with their own resources. Cleopa is also providing consultancy support to SMEs and municipalities in the area of energy efficiency savings.

Programme name
European Structural and Investment Funds
EC’s priorities
Jobs, Growth and Investment
EU contribution
€99 670
Project location
Germany
Time frame
2008 to 2013

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