What People Are Saying About Lumalex
“Partnering with the City of Penticton on this energy-efficient project, the estimated annual savings are 517,000 kilowatt hours of electricity per year, reducing electrical costs by an estimated 75%.
We are always looking at ways to reduce our carbon footprint and save money by decreasing our energy consumption. This LED project will not only save electrical costs, but with zero heat-load from the lighting, we will see additional savings in the refrigeration of all three ice surfaces and air-conditioning within the facility.”
“I have never shot a hockey game with such favorable light conditions. In my opinion this new LED lighting is better than many NHL arenas that I work in and is a valuable addition to the facility and its functionality.”
“When I walked to the ice surface of the SOEC this year the first noticeable difference was how bright the ice surface was, how evenly lit the ice was and how there were no ‘hot spots’ on the ice surface. White was actually white – not pinkish hue white. The lighting was a noticeable improvement and was a much talked about topic in the photographer’s room. The press photographers were pleased with their results and delighted with the new lighting.”
“In July of 2015, Spectra Venue Management, in conjunction with the City of Penticton, in British Columbia, completed the installation of new, highly efficient LED lighting in the South Okanagan Events Centre. The contract was negotiated with Lumalex Canada for the supply of the light fixtures as well as the technical support and onsite service during installation.”
“I recently worked at the South Okanagan Events Centre in Penticton, BC as the Director of Operations. I worked closely with Rob Campbell and Gary Martin from Lumalex Canada for the better part of a year to outfit community arenas and one 4,500 seat multi-purpose facility with their products.”
“I believe I have a strong understanding of what Lumalex stands for when it comes to the quality and professionalism they provide. I have coached at the Jr A and NCAA level for the past 21 years, developing over 50 players for the AHL and NHL combined; winning 7 Championships throughout the process.”