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THE FUTURE OF ALTERNATIVE ENERGY

27 May 2009

The image of eco-warriors taking 3 days to warm a cup of nettle tea are now, thankfully, long gone. New Solar and Rechargeable solutions are at the cutting edge with applications in every sector. Global realization within the business sector is the ability to save time, money and energy is immense.

“FM’s are asking for energy saving solutions that can be immediately implemented by companies seeking green alternatives to meet energy needs" noted Mark Thompson, Allbatteries Sales Director, ”Industry now knows the market demands eco- solutions and with the cost savings, alternative energy is now the obvious energy”
AllBatteries are teaming up with global suppliers to offer help and advice to FM’s on the next generation of uses for the rechargeable and solar applications.
“Our NX-Ready range of Rechargeable NiMH batteries can pay for themselves after just 3 to 4 charges and when they eventually do finish we can recycle them.” added Mark Thompson “This also means cheaper units with a longer life span in UPS, Emergency Lighting packs, Smoke and Fire Alarms. Latest studies in usage show that just one NX-ready rechargeable battery equals 1000 standard alkaline units. As the end user costs work out to £3.40 compared to £782.00 the savings are obvious”
AllBatteries also offer a complete range of solar LED lighting that supports existing infrastructure and temporary management, dramatically reducing accidents and increasing safety for the public and on site workers. It also will mean less use of noisy generators, having to make all the cabling safe and continue working even if there has been a power cut.
For more information on going green and cost saving initiatives call AllBatteries on 0121 506 8600 or visit www.allbatteries.com


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