A Green-i product from CP Electronics.

Newey & Eyre and CP Electronics join forces to create green team

Published:  19 December, 2013

Newey & Eyre is extending its energy efficiency offer further through a partnership with CP Electronics.

As part of an ongoing collaboration, nine Newey & Eyre locations across the country have been kitted out with the full breadth of CP Electronics products, all backed with project support and technical advice. These solutions cover the full scope of energy-saving controls, including PIR and microwave sensors, lighting control systems, programming handsets, light level controls and HVAC controls.

In addition, Newey & Eyre has appointed 50 branches nationwide to stock and supply CP Electronics’ flagship Green-i products.

Kevin Norman, senior product marketing manager at Newey & Eyre, explained: “Following our exclusive collaboration with Lutron earlier this year, we are delighted to announce yet another partnership with CP Electronics, providing our customers with full access to their groundbreaking products.

“With the ever-increasing need to reduce our energy consumption due to both economic and environmental reasons, energy-saving controls provide a simple but massively effective way to save on energy and money. As consumer demand mounts, the Green-i range in particular provides an ample solution, being incredibly easy to install and simple to use while making for considerable energy cost reductions.”

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