Inviting retail ambient and facade lighting for shopping mall

GE Lighting
Tuesday, 26 March, 2013

GE Lighting will provide a complete energy-efficient lighting solution for the Cirebon Superblock Mall located in West Java, Indonesia. More than 600 light points will be fitted with the LED Tetra and CMH systems to create a welcoming shopping experience and distinctive night facade for the mall.

Cirebon Superblock Mall is a new five-storey lifestyle and entertainment mall and part of the Cirebon Superblock integrated development. GE’s lighting solution will generate energy savings as well as reduce the need for maintenance in the long term due to the longer product service life.


GE Lighting creates a distinctive facade and inviting retail ambience for Indonesia’s Cirebon Superblock Mall.

Purwanto Chandra, Country Sales Manager of GE Lighting Indonesia, said: “Increasingly, we see a greater appreciation for the use of quality illumination to create the right brand image, be it for an entire development or a single store. At GE, we embrace a total approach in the solutions that we provide to our clients. In addition to creating the appropriate ambience and illumination for each environment, our solutions are energy-efficient and more cost-effective in the longer run.”

Johnter Simanjutak, Mechanical & Electrical Manager of Cirebon Superblock Mall, said he was pleased to have GE on board for the lighting needs of the mall.

“This development, which is set to be a landmark in Cirebon, will meet the entertainment, F&B and shopping needs of families living in the area. We are confident that GE’s lighting solution will fulfil our exacting requirements for quality lighting to support the mall’s brand image while reducing energy usage and maintenance needs,” he said.

For the Cirebon Superblock Mall, GE Lighting specified a solution comprising the following:

  • LED Tetra series: PowerMax and MiniMax (outdoor/facade and cove lighting)
  • CMH Lamps (indoor illumination)
  • Biax DBX, Tetra AL10 systems (indoor columns and ceilings)

With GE’s lighting solution, the estimated savings on an operating level amount to over $14,000 per annum in terms of energy usage and maintenance costs compared to traditional lighting system. From an environmental perspective, the energy savings are equivalent to eliminating approximately 73,500 kg of carbon dioxide emissions per year, or creating 8 ha of new trees.

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