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The SGL LED440 on the pitch of the Opus Arena in Croatia, home of NK Osijek.
AZ Alkmaar - LED440 - pitch
Customer stories
AZ: new LED technology complementing down-to-earth sustainable grass care management in Alkmaar
Longtime colleagues Matthieu van Borkulo and Jan Dijkhuizen of AZ Alkmaar place trust in their own abilities, experiences and research. They share insights into their journey and explain how LED and UVC technology have helped them.
The SGL LED440 on the pitch of the Johan Cruijff ArenA, home of AFC Ajax.
News
SGL and Johan Cruijff ArenA join forces in pursuit of energy savings
Over a year ago, the ArenA decided to completely replace their conventional HPS grow lighting system to a full SGL LED system and was able to save 6% on the total yearly energy consumption of the stadium (which equals roughly the annual power consumption of 150 Dutch households).
Panathiniaikos - pitch - LED440
Customer stories
Panathinaikos FC: history and tradition driving investments in new stadium and future technology
Panathinaikos invested in 3 LED440's and 2 LED50's to optimise the grass growing conditions in their stadium(s). Here's why they chose LED technology.
The LED50 grow lighting units and HPS grow lighting unit out on the SC Paderborn stadium pitch.
Customer stories
SC Paderborn 07: fuelling sporting and sustainable ambitions with LED
SC Paderborn 07 is a club with high sporting ambitions, but also with sustainable development. Paderborn wants to make an active contribution to protecting the environment and confirm its status as a (local) pioneer in the field of sustainability. The club therefore decided to invest in an efficient LED pitch lighting system.
Flowers and champagne to celebrate Gerard van 't Klooster's 15 years of service at SGL.
SGL stories
A farewell to our walking encyclopaedia
His extensive knowledge, earning him the nickname ‘the walking encyclopaedia’, his passion for grass, and we’ll even miss the ‘lash of Geer’. After 15 years, it’s time for Gerard van ’t Klooster to say goodbye to SGL and enjoy his retirement. “It has been a beautiful ride, an experience they can’t take from me. And well, there are more people with knowledge. It’s not just that ‘crazy’ van ’t Klooster who knows a lot.”