LED lighting solutions for Councils across Australia is one of our specialities. Eco Lighting Supplies stocks the latest state- of-the- art technology available in the world to ensure your next LED lighting project delivers high quality LED lights at the lowest possible cost.
Need help with your next LED replacement project?
View the Local Council Product Catalogue for the most commonly sought LED lights.
Don’t know where to start?
Request an on-site inspection and we’ll do it all for you.
Solving Local Government Needs
Visionary Local Councils across Australia are driving cost savings to ratepayers with LED replacement projects. So how do you know you’re getting the best quality lights from your current Preferred Supplier? Some LEDs on the market simply aren’t up to Australian standards. So every light we supply is delivered with the following certifications that meet our rigorous Australian standards:
Genuine JAS-ANZ endorsed SAA certification
Illuminating Engineering Society
Our latest Infographic shows the state of LED lighting requirements amongst selected Australian Local Councils.
Use our Preferred Supplier Checklist to ensure your LED light supplier is the right one for your next replacement project.
Choosing the right LED light for your project
Check out our Local Council LED Light Replacement Guide to easily identify the halogen lights you currently have, and our recommended replacement. For example, if you have a 600W metal Halide High Bay, choose our 200W G2 LED High Bay. For projects with multiple lighting requirements, contact us and we’ll prepare a comprehensive quote.
All Eco Lighting Supplies lights come with a 5 year warranty. Some even qualify for a 10 year warranty. You’ll find each warranty specification listed in the product brochure.
Meeting your every need
Eco Lighting Supplies recently undertook an extensive survey amongst Councils around Australia to ensure we stock the LED lights you’re likely to need in the future. View our latest Infographic for a snapshot from around the country.
- The Engineering Company (Brighton, Tasmania - August 2015)