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Resalta completes lighting project for bERS Logistics in Bulgaria

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October 16, 2019

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Resalta has completed a lighting renovation project for logistics company bERS Logistics at its facility in Musachevo, Bulgaria, according to a press release from Resalta.

bERS Logistics provides logistics services, including warehousing, shipping and e-commerce support, with facilities throughout Bulgaria. The client chose to renovate lighting at its Musachevo logistics center, near Sofia, in order to optimize efficiency and reduce costs, Slovenia-based Resalta said.

Using the ESCO model, Resalta carried out the entire project from its design stages to implementation, has provided financing and will cover operations and maintenance for the duration of the contract, according to the press release.

Under the project, 337 luminaires were replaced with LED luminaires in total, reducing the installed lighting capacity from 86 to 42 kW and generating annual savings of 375 MWh. In addition to the energy and corresponding financial savings, the implemented measures will also reduce CO2 emissions by 307 tons per year.

LED lighting is energy efficient because it consumes less electricity than a fluorescent alternative

LED lighting is energy efficient because it consumes less electricity than a fluorescent alternative, with a longer life cycle. Moreover, it significantly improves the quality and intensity of lighting, the press release notes.

Resalta has realized over 180 projects for over 120 clients so far. The independent energy service provider works with both public and private clients to finance, design and implement projects that reduce energy consumption, lower CO2 emissions and promote sustainability while generating cost savings.

Besides being present in Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, North Macedonia, Serbia and Slovenia, Resalta has expanded to the Czech Republic, Italy and Poland as well.

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