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The Crew's Log

aka The CLog

We don't do boring. So the UrbanVolters write about a lot more than just energy efficiency.

We launched this CLog because our clients wanted to know more - and not just about UrbanVolt or the service we offer, but about business, strategy and entrepreneurship.

Why did we title it CLog instead of Blog? Because it's an abbreviation of the Crew's Log - and we like to stamp a little bit of UrbanVolt personality on everything we do. Happy reading!

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What is Light as a Service and how it does it work?

Remember the daft old days when businesses purchased computer hardware?

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The difference between financed lighting and Light as a Service

We love this quote because it reminds us of the imitators in the market who claim to be offering Light as a Service.

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What happens if I don't see the savings from my LED lights?

This is the questions we get asked most often at UrbanVolt.

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Think you need LEDs? Not always - these are times when the best thing to do is work with what you have

While we love to sign new clients, sometimes it doesn’t make sense to carry out an LED upgrade. And in those instances we advise the company exactly that.

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Lumen, lux, wattage and kelvin - what are they and why does it matter?

Lumen, lux, wattage and kelvin are potentially the terms most misunderstood by first time LED lighting buyers.

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Why this high bay is just £12: It could kill you

Ever received an email offering unbelievable deals on high-performing lighting? We have. And with international safety certifications, long warranties and a stupidly-low price, who could resist a bargain?

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When is an LED warranty not a warranty? When it's a get-out clause

If you’ve gotten this far in life without hitting a stumbling block when trying make a warranty claim, then you’re one of the lucky ones.

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Why companies are coming to us for help after retrofitting LED tubes

We don’t usually start a post with a warning but in this case it’s necessary.