IN-Lite Newsletter for the month of JULY 2008IN-Lite Newsletter for the month of JULY 2008



  How to become absolutely LEED about lighting.  
Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid al-Maktoum dictates that all new buildings in the United Arab Emirates will need to meet LEED standards. In the future Dubai will become a more energy conscious society.
Lighting consumes on average 24% of the total energy consumption of an office building. This is a substantial amount if you are thinking of going 'Greener' in the carbon footprint of your business.



What is LEED?
LEED is stands for "Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design". The goal of LEED is the creation and implementation of universally understood and accepted tools and performance criteria for sustainable design. LEED is rated according to a Green Building Rating System, originated in America. By applying sustainable energy conservative designs it is possible to earn points. The final rating can be valued as silver, gold or platinum.






  LEEDing lighting company!
lN-Lite is a knowledgeable 'Leeding' lighting company in the UAE. We employ specialist sales consultants who can tell you all about how to realize sustainable and economical lighting solutions. Introducing
IN-Lite to your design team will bring results that will earn you points in the LEED qualification system.

Office with direct/indirect luminaires-10,4 W/m2
  IN-Lite can inform you about the following tools that will harvest points for silver, gold or platinum LEED certification, like:
How to select luminaires with an efficiency of a..over 80%.
Making luminaires responsive to daylight and 
a..movement detection dimming.
Combining general lighting with task lighting acquire LEED points.
The pro's and con's of ceiling light coves and
a..many more...


If you need assistance in light planning or would like to know more about the
IN-Lite product portfolio, do not hesitate to contact us.


  Light Fitting and Fixture Trading LLC

P.O. Box 123799

Al Maktoum Road, B62 Building, Office No. 305, Deira, Dubai, UAE

Telephone +971 4 224 6822
Fax +971 4 224 6844