Tag Archives: Lighting

WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY SELECTS ENERGY FOCUS TO PROVIDE LED LIGHTING UPGRADE

Energy Focus, Inc., a leader in LED lighting technologies, today announced Wayne State University, a nationally recognized metropolitan research institution with 29,000 students and 100 buildings comprising over one million square feet, has selected Energy Focus’ tubular LED lighting products to replace its existing T12 fluorescent lighting. “We are proud to be the first university in Michigan Read more…

LED STREET LIGHTING KINDLES INTEREST IN MICHIGAN

There’s been plenty of dark news out of Detroit recently. But one bright spot in the beleaguered city is the ongoing replacement of aging street lights with highly efficient and attractive LED street lights. By July 1 Detroit had installed its 10,000th LED street light, putting it ahead of schedule on a plan for 65,000 new such lights Read more…

ITHACA SCHOOLS SPEND MONEY TO SAVE ENERGY

Next summer, Ithaca City School District (ICSD) is likely to embark construction on a district-wide Energy Performance Contract (EPC)—conducted by Trane Heating and Air Condition Services—that would cost more than $10.1 million. Eighteen years from now the capital project is projected to cover the $10.1 million cost and net the district $7.5 million in additional Read more…

ICSD Eyes 18-year, $10.1 Million Energy Contract

Next summer, Ithaca City School District (ICSD) is likely to embark construction on a district-wide Energy Performance Contract (EPC)—conducted by Trane Heating and Air Condition Services—that would cost more than $10.1 million. Eighteen years from now, the capital project, is projected to cover the $10.1 million cost and net the district $7.5 million in additional Read more…

LED Lights™ to Increase Energy-Efficiency at Cincinnati’s Slopes of Aspen Apartments

Energy Saving Solutions USA, the creators of the LED with a lifetime guarantee™, today is proud to announce that Fath Properties’ Slopes of Aspen Apartments, located in Cincinnati, Ohio has made the eco-friendly decision to increase the property’s sustainability and reduce its overall operating costs by upgrading to Energy Saving Solutions’ Forever LEDs Post installation, Read more…

Montgomery County, to save $4.2 million through energy performance contract with Constellation

Montgomery County, PA and Constellation have announced construction of $2.4 million in water and energy conservation measures at the Montgomery County Courthouse. The conservation measures will provide approximately $4.2 million in cost savings through the county’s 20-year energy performance contract with Constellation. Montgomery County is expected to see a complete return on its investment in less than Read more…

Scottdale’s Geyer Performing Arts Center switches to energy-efficient lighting

The Green Room at the Geyer Performing Arts Center just got a little greener. The Scottdale theater recently took steps to become the first local theater to make the switch to energy-efficient lighting. “This change has many positives for the theater,” said Brad Geyer, GPAC board president. “Electric usage is first on the list. The Read more…

Hubbell Lighting’s Indoor Products Shine Bright at LIGHTFAIR

Hubbell Lighting, a world leader in lighting innovation, announced today a wide range of indoor lighting fixtures and luminaires it will have on display at LIGHTFAIR International 2014 in Booth #925. From LED downlights and suspended fixtures to arena floodlights and parking garage luminaires, Hubbell Lighting’s 20+ distinctive brands deliver limitless lighting possibilities. “At Hubbell Read more…

GE’s LED Street Lighting Installation Demonstrates Ongoing Commitment

GE’s LED Street Lighting Installation Demonstrates Ongoing Commitment to Environmental Initiatives by City of Oakland, Calif. Oakland, Calif., is committed to energy efficiency and has been named one of America’s greenest cities. Its decision was natural to upgrade more than 30,000 street lights to GE’s Evolve™ LED Roadway Scalable Cobrahead fixtures —a move that will save this Read more…

Newtown: Town Energy Project Reviewed by PBSC

The Public Building and Site Commission, meeting Tuesday, April 22, reviewed the town’s energy evaluation project, which is intended to save both money and energy. James P. Daylor, account executive from Ameresco, the energy service contractor selected to perform the energy audit, explained that Newtown elected to use an energy savings performance contracting two years Read more…