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NAME CHANGE REFLECTS BUSINESS BEYOND SOLAR

16-08-2018
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Following extensive growth of the business, Beacon Solar (a division of Beacon Lighting Group) has changed its business (trading) name to Beacon Energy Solutions.

Beacon Solar has been in the energy efficiency/solar market for more than 10 years, with the business initially offering residential solar systems, then becoming fully commercial in 2015.

The group has made a strategic decision to transition to the name Beacon Energy Solutions, to be more aligned with its offering of energy efficiency measures for businesses.

Beacon Energy Solutions offers commercial solar systems, both grid connected and off grid, battery backup and storage, HVAC and building management systems, commercial LED lighting upgrades, solar lighting and carparks, energy audits, water treatments including hot water heat recovery, $0 upfront finance, power purchase agreements and monitoring/metering services.

“Essentially, Beacon offers complete energy efficiency solutions to our commercial clients,” says Mani Kaparakis, General Manager, Beacon Energy Solutions. “Our business and product offering has grown beyond solar systems, and this brand refresh reflects our success in this market.”

 

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