As befits accommodation for young businesses which focus on the energy sector, the new Technium building at Pembroke Dock incorporates a range of energy-efficient lighting control products from Flex Connectors.
The £13 million facility at Cleddau Bridge Business Park is part of the Technium technology-led business innovation network. Its objective is to provide young technology-led high-growth businesses in Wales with the support and facilities they need in order to achieve long-term growth. The electrical contractors, Havenkey, installed flex 7 occupancy sensors and daylight-linked digital sensors, ELV switch leads and 7-pole connection units and plugs throughout the hub building and research facilities.
The Need For Flexibility
As well as the energy and cost savings which flex 7 lighting connection and control delivers, the flexibility of the range made it an ideal choice for an environment where the needs of the occupants are likely to change as the companies develop and grow. Every product shares a common interface, which makes it possible to construct a complete upgrade path without altering the fixed components.
Technium Pembrokeshire was developed as the result of a partnership between the Welsh Assembly Government, Pembrokeshire County Council and the University of Wales Swansea and is the newest of ten Technium Centres, currently housing more than eighty, across Wales.