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August 25, 2009updated 12 Apr 2017 4:33pm

LLighting company launches low energy lease scheme

Leeds-based lighting firm High Technology Lighting (HTL) has launched a new equipment leasing scheme for low energy lighting systems, as part of a partnership with government backed energy initiative The Carbon Trust.

By Fred Crawley

Leeds-based lighting firm High Technology Lighting (HTL) has
launched a new equipment leasing scheme for low energy lighting
systems, as part of a partnership with government backed energy
initiative The Carbon Trust.

HTL is leasing equipment from controls manufacturer CP
electronics and lighting giant Philips, which includes streetlight
systems.

One lease package on offer is aimed at the warehousing sector,
where many businesses are looking to replace pre-2000 flourescent
systems.

Established in 1982, HTL underwent a management buyout in 1997
by Graham Kemp and Thomas Holgeth, who are now joint managing
directors of the company.

HTL works across the UK, Ireland and Europe and has an annual
turnover of around £3 million.

Fred Crawley

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