Glamox AS is retrofitting Stena Line’s fleets of passenger ferries with energy-efficient LED lighting. This shift from mainly fluorescent lamps to LED lights will help reduce the electricity consumption for lighting by 60 percent. This transition is in line with Stena Line’s sustainability strategy focused on reducing CO2 emissions from existing ships by 30 percent.
Approximately 3,500 energy-efficient LED lights have been installed so far on 15 RoRo and RoPax ferries that operate on Stena Line’s routes to Great Britain, Sweden, Denmark and the Baltic States. The retrofit project will continue over the next few years, with all ships expected to be converted to LED lights.
Stena Line’s sustainability strategy includes multiple initiatives focused on reducing the environmental impact of their operations. The company aims to continuously improve energy efficiency, increase the weight of recycled materials, and decrease food waste.
LED lighting is a popular choice for energy efficiency projects because of its long lifespan, durability, and low energy consumption. The upfront costs of retrofitting to LED lights are quickly recouped through energy savings over time.
Glamox AS is a leading supplier of lighting solutions for marine and offshore industries. Their expertise in energy-efficient lighting and control systems has helped Stena Line reduce their carbon footprint and meet their sustainability goals.