Australian experts in LED lighting design, Brightgreen, have launched an impressive new website
June 19th, 2013
Brightgreen has launched the latest version of its website, brightgreen.com. With an improved design and an ever- expanding archive of resources, the website provides educational tools, product information and customer support for our global client base whenever they need it.
Along with the new features, brightgreen.com contains a retrofit calculator that allows users to calculate the carbon and financial savings and payback period for the main Brightgreen products.
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