Hotel Wyndham Grand Regency


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When the Wyndham Grand Regency in Doha, Qatar decided to make the leap from inefficient halogen bulbs to LEDs it turned to GE Lighting to provide a solution that would reduce the hotel’s energy consumption in-line with its desire to promote green practices and environmental sustainability. The lighting solution will save 184,800W energy per year and 12,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions, in addition to delivering superior aesthetics that reflect the high standards kept by the hotel.

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Hotel Wyndham Grand Regency

  1. 1. INDOOR hospitality solutions Aesthetics & sustainability. Hotel Wyndham Grand Regency Qatar
  2. 2. Challenge. Hotel Wyndham Grand Regency requested an upgrade on the lighting system to reduce energy consumption but keep the look and feel of the prestigious five-star hotel. GE solution. To ensure the requirements of the Wyndham Grand Regency would be met, GE Lighting proposed replacement of all the halogen lamps with 6W LED GU10 lamps. Key Benefits. 25.000 hour lifetime 1 year payback 184,800W energy saving per year Reduced carbon dioxid emission by 12 000 tons Hotel Wyndham Grand Regency Qatar
  3. 3. GE solution provides. 140.000 Luminaire type Interior lighting solutions Main characteristics New installation Light source GU10 Lumens 320 Wattage (W) 6 Service life (hours) 25.000 CRI 80 CCT 2700 Voltage 230 reduced carbon footprint LED MR16 year payback 1 kWh/year reduction 80% reduced energy consumption 5 times longer lifetime Hotel Wyndham Grand Regency Qatar
  4. 4. George Bou Mitri, GE Lighting’s General Manager of Middle East, Africa and Turkey Aethetics & sustainability. “The payback of the cost to switch to 6W LED GU10 lamps was only 12 months, while the delay in the switch to the more efficient lighting solution would cost the hotel US $187.49 per day. The environmental impact of the installation was a saving of 184,800W energy per year and 12,000 metric tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions eliminated every year. .”
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