Going Green


Going Green

Environmentally Sustainable Design (ESD) is a concept which ensures that your home is both environmentally smart and sustainable. ESD is referred to as ‘smart’ because it uses innovations in environmental design to create attractive, energy efficient, and cost-effective electrical solutions. The sustainability element refers to the use of environmentally friendly technology such as LED and compact fluorescent lamps, and Clipsal C-Bus home automation just to name a few. Utilising these technologies enables us to design electrical layouts with more efficient energy consumption, ultimately contributing to a building with a lessened environmental impact.

 

The Benefits

Aside from helping to reduce the environmental impact associated with the ongoing use of a building, Environmentally Sustainable Design helps conserve natural resources, improve air quality and protect ecosystems. From an economic standpoint, ESD is proven to reduce operating costs, improve productivity in a working environment, and create demand for green products and services. Finally, from a social perspective, Environmentally Sustainable Design improves the quality of life for the broader community, minimises the strain placed on infrastructure, and contributes to the comfort and health of the building’s occupants.

 

How We Can Help

Simple planning is the key to reducing our environmental footprint. iSpark Electrical views this as a responsibility within the electrical industry, and advocates the use of appropriate Environmentally Sustainable Design options in both residential and commercial projects. We are committed to working with our clients to consider the overall consequences on both environment and budget. iSpark has extensive experience using green electrical technologies together with smart design principles to create sustainable systems which are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. As part of our electrical design services, we are able to help you plan and execute a home or office environment which conforms to the principles of Environmentally Sustainable Design.