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Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

Steven Wilson : November 27, 2012 11:41 am : Induction Lights

Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps are ideal replacement lamps for HID lighting systems (indoors and outdoors) including Mercury Vapor (MV), Metal Halide (MH) and High Pressure Sodium (HPS) lamps.

Applications include; Canopy Fixtures, Gas Station Fixtures, Decorative Acorn Fixtures, Shoebox Fixtures, Wall Pack Fixtures, Can Lighting Fixtures, Bollard Lighting Fixtures 

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Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

 

Induction TE-Type Bulb Replacement Lamp 

The UT-26 series kit is offered in a variety of wattages and the universal mounting position makes it an excellent choice for a variety of applications. It can replace existing HID lighting systems up to 150W

available in 20w to 80w. Click here for cut sheets

Universal Mounting Positions: Base up, Base down, Horizontal

UNV = 120-277 VAC: BASE :E26 or E40 – Note : Ballasts are included in the Retrofit Kits

 

   
Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps 

Induction U-Type Replacement Lamp

It can replace existing HID lighting systems up to 200W.  

available in 30w to 100w, click here for spec sheets

Universal Mounting Positions: Base up, Base down, Horizontal

Voltage: UNV = 120-277 VAC; 480 = 347-480 VAC (Uses Seperate Step-Down Transformer)

 

   
 Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

Induction Oval Bulb-Type Replacement Lamp

It can replace existing HID lighting systems up to 250W.

available in 80w to 165w, click here for cut sheets

Recommended for Base Down Applications – Post-Top Fixtures, Decorative Acorn Fixtures

 

   
Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

Induction Pear Type Replacement Lamp

It can replace existing HID lighting systems up to 250W. 

available in 80w to 165w, click here for spec sheets

Recommended for Base Down Applications – Post-Top Fixtures, Decorative Acorn Fixtures

 

 

   
 Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

 

Induction Bulb Flush Mount Pear / Oval Replacement Lamps

Ideal replacement lamp for outlawed mercury lamps in outdoor acorns Flush Mount version. Flush Mount installation for increased thermal management.

It can replace existing HID lighting systems up to 250W. 

available in 80w to 165w, click here for cut sheets

Universal Mounting Positions: Base up, Base down, Horizontal

 

 

 

 

   
Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps 

 

Induction Light Circline Replacement Lamp

Ideal replacement lamp for Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium indoor or outdoor light fixtures with Mogul (E40) base. (Medium E26 base optional)

UNV = 120-277 VAC. Note : Ballasts are included in the Retrofit Kits

available in 40w to 250w. Click here for spec sheets

Specify stem lengths of; none, 3.5″, 5.5″, 7.5″ or 8.5″

Universal Mounting Positions: Base up, Base down, Horizontal (mounting brackets to mount to the top of the fixture and bypass the socket and hard wire to the ballast)

 

 

   
Induction Bulb Replacement Lamps

 

Induction Rectangle Type Replacement Lamp

Ideal replacement lamp for Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium indoor or outdoor light fixtures. Mounting brackets to mount to the top of the fixture and bypass the socket and hard wire to the ballast

available in 40w to 250w. Click here for cut sheets

use two-200 watt rectangles side by side to replace a 1000w Metal Halide

 

 

 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

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Gas Station Canopy Induction Light Retrofit Kits

Steven Wilson : November 26, 2012 9:37 am : Induction Lights

Gas station canopy induction light retrofit kits for recessed lamp fixtures. Designed to fit in the LSI Scottsdale and Encore Fixtures or any other 12 x 12 canopy fixture. At a 1/3 of the cost of an LED retrofit, these gas station canopy induction light retrofit kits are the ideal solutions for gas station and c-store owners looking to reduce their lighting expense.  

Gas Station Canopy Induction Light Retrofit Kits

Gas Station Canopy Induction Light Retrofit Kits

Induction Light Circline retrofit kit

Ideal replacement lamp for Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium indoor or outdoor light fixtures with Mogul (E40) base. (Medium E26 base optional). UNV = 120-277 VAC. Note : Ballasts are included in the Retrofit Kits.

Specify stem lengths of; none, 3.5, 5.5, 7.5 or 8.5. brighter white light (5000K) for greater visibility and safety. high quality – glare free light – with CRI above 83. electronic ballasts made with long life components. instant on – flicker free – cold start – hot re-start. high power factor – low THD ballast technology. advanced phosphors for high lumen maintenance & high lumen output.Available in 40w to 250w.


 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call for pricing toll-free 1-844-LED PROS (1-844-533-7767)or email steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

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How Does Induction Lighting Work

Steven Wilson : May 29, 2012 10:12 am : Induction Lights

Induction Lighting is the newest, greenest and most powerful light source in the world today. Induction Lighting uses electro magnetic energy to form light. Electro magnetic coils excite the gas in a glass tube to produce light. This process uses most of it’s energy to produce light, not heat.

Why replace High Bay Metal Halides with Induction Lighting?

The re-strike time is a mere 1/2 second and continues to get bright for a warm-up period of 24 seconds. Unlike HIDs like metal halide which can take up to 15 to 20 minutes to return to full brightness. 

With an incredible longevity of 100,000 hours, Induction lamps are most ideal for area lighting for warehouses, parking garages, underground parking lots, large commercial buildings, gymnasiums, etc. 

Virtually no maintenance, simple to work on, simple to maintain

A range of color temperatures for the specific environment. From 2500k to 6000k 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy, get a quote and a simple energy savings audit. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Induction Lighting With Motion Sensors

Steven Wilson : May 22, 2012 11:52 am : Induction Lights

Induction lighting can be integrated with motion sensors. There are a couple of advantages to using Induction Lighting With Motion Sensors. There is no delay in switching on/off. In addition, repeated on/off in high traffic areas will not affect the longevity of the light as it may with an electrode charged fluorescent

Motion sensors for Induction lighting will turn the fixture off when there is no motion or you can use step dimming which will turn the light down to a selected power percentage when there is no motion and back up to full power when there is motion.

Induction Lighting High Bay Fixture with Motion Sensor

 

 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy, get a quote and a simple energy savings audit. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Induction Lighting vs LED

Steven Wilson : May 19, 2012 7:31 am : Induction Lights

Compared to LED lighting or Fluorescent lamps or HID lighting fixtures like Metal Halide (MH), High Pressure Sodium (HPS) or Mercury Vapor (MV), Induction Lighting technology is proven to be the long life, energy saving and maintenance saving solution sought by store owners and facility managers.

First introduced and patented in 1891 by Nikola Tesla, Induction Lighting were always prized for their; high lumens per watt, low operating temperatures, crisp color, long lamp life and low lumen depreciation over their entire life.

Induction lighting is the preferred light source in buildings and areas wherever replacement and maintenance of lights can be difficult. Areas like parking lots, industrial buildings, cafeterias, gymnasiums, signage, tunnels, cold storage units, bridges, street lighting, roadways, public spaces, etc

Today, as communities and businesses search for ways to reduce energy consumption, Induction Lighting and LED are the two light sources offering real world energy saving potential.   

What are the advantages of Induction Lighting vs LED

Fixture Lifetime – Induction Lighting is rated at 100,000 hours

Warranty – 10 year manufacturer warranty 

Wattages Availability – From 23 watts bulbs up to 400 watts Low Bay and High Bay lighting fixtures 

Short ROI – a 2 to 3 year ROI when factoring in energy and maintenance costs. (Without energy rebates or tax incentives)

Area Lighting – Induction Lighting is designed to light large areas like parking lots,  factory floor, warehouse space, etc. LED is better suited for display or spot lighting

Lumen Depreciation – Induction Lighting has slow lumen depreciation (light loss) and can maintain up to 70% of original lumens for 60,000 hours or more. 

Proven Technology –  Induction Liughting has been in use for many years with proven results

Purchase Price –  Lower price for Induction Ligting

What are the advantages of LED vs Induction Lighting

Operating Temperature – Minimum operating temperature as low as -40 F

Durability – Since the LEDs are solid-state devices, they are more resistant to vibration and impact compared to the induction lamps which are made of glass

Display Lighting  – LEDs are ideal for compact forms where spot lighting or display lighting is most needed i.e. traffic signals, signs, product shelving lighting 

 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Induction Lighting Retrofit

Steven Wilson : May 18, 2012 5:09 pm : Induction Lights

Energy savings are realized immediately upon the installation of new efficient Induction Lighting because of the lower power consumption. Induction lamps consume only 50% of HID (Metal Halide, High Pressure Sodium, Mercury Vapor) and fluorescent lamps

Maintenance Savings – What is the cost of lighting system maintenance when work is suspended to change out ballasts and lamps? (especially in those hard to reach locations) Induction Lighting can help you minimize maintenance costs in terms of its longer life. In many cases, the total maintenance costs will often exceed energy savings!

Longer Life – Induction Lighting amps last 5 to 10 times longer than the out-dated, inefficient light sources and exceed 100,000 hours of rated lifetime (that is over 22 years of 12 hours of ignition per day). For you this means re-lamping costs can be virtually eliminated.

Color Perception – A high color rendering index (CRI) of greater than 85 combined with a 5000k (“natural daylight”) is crucial to visibility, safety and comfort.

Heat Factor – Induction lighting generate less heat and substantially reduce ambient inefficient heat loss. Your refrigerated compressor and building air conditioning will cycle on and off less frequently.

Re-Strike – Induction Lighting feature instant re-strike without warming up, a big plus for safety and security.

Cold Ignition – Induction Lighting is a preferred light source for cold storage and outdoor lighting applications in cold areas. Performing at temperatures of -40 degrees C (-20 degrees F)

Flicker and Glare – associated with HID and fluorescent lamp is completely eliminated with Induction Lighting. Resulting in improved productivity, readability, eyesight. No more headaches

Noise – No humming or buzzing sounds with Induction Lighting. Achieving a comfortable environment for staff, vendors and customers alike.

Utility Rebates – Many utility company rebates are offering higher incentives when replacing HID with Induction Lighting.

The many benefits of Induction Lighting combined with a short ROI makes this “next generation” technology the best replacement light for your retrofit project.

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Induction Lighting FAQ

Steven Wilson : May 18, 2012 1:18 pm : Induction Lights

Q: What is the induction lamp system and how does Induction Lighting work?

A: The induction lamp system uses a revolutionary technology of light generation that combines the basic principles of induction and gas discharge. Void of electrodes this new technology delivers an unprecedented 100,000 hours of high quality white light.

Q: Why Induction Lighting?

A. Induction lamps offer an amazing 100,000 hours life making it virtually maintenance free. It offers crisp white light with 80+ CRI and a choice of 3000K, 4000K, 5000K color temperatures. The high CRI light makes colors look brighter, more vibrant and more attractive. It produces up to 80 lumens of light for each watt of energy. This 80 LPW efficacy makes it as energy efficient as high CRI metal halide systems. Induction lamps offer high reliability and instant on and off. With less heat output.

Q. Do I need to remove the old existing ballast?

A. Yes.

Q. Are Induction Lamps instant on and is the hot restrike instant?

A. Yes. The lamp turns on instantly and produces between 75% and 80% of full output immediately. The lights take between 90 and 180 seconds to reach 100% of light output depending on the model of the lamp. The warm-up cycle is barely noticeable to the eye. If the lamps are turned off and then immediately turned back on the benefit of the Induction Lamp turns them back on immediately when the power is restored

Q. Will an Induction Lamp work with a motion sensor, dimmer control, photo cell or time clock or relay control?

A. Yes

Q: Is the light output of an induction lamp affected by low temperatures or high temperatures?

A. The lamp’s amalgam fill technology and the heat conduction rod in the center create stable light output over a wide range of ambient temperatures, maintaining at least 85% of nominal lumens from -30° F to 130° F (for an enclosed

Q: Why is induction lighting technology worth more?

A: Induction lighting systems offer five to ten times the life of HID systems for only two to three times the cost of the HID lamp and ballast. In almost all cases the payback in maintenance savings will more than offset the additional cost of the initial system

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Best Light For Gas Station Canopy Lights

Steven Wilson : May 16, 2012 7:28 am : Induction Lights

Induction Light Gas Station Canopy Installation

Many convenience store owners are looking for energy efficient solutions for gas station canopy lights. 

There are many similarities between an Induction Light (IL) and a LED, however the following chart list the areas where these two light sources differ..

 

Series

LED

 

Induction

Rating

Better

 

Best

 

 

 

 

Price

$Higher

 

$Lower

 

 

 

 

Lamp/Ballast Life

70,000 hours

 

100,000 hours

 

 

 

 

Initial Lumens

15,000

 

16,000

 

 

 

 

Watts

200

 

200

 

 

 

 

Lumen Maintenance

>85% @ 50,000 hrs.

 

>70% @ 75,000 hrs.

 

 

 

 

Maintenance Free

Up to 15 years

 

Up to 20 years

 

 

 

 

Warranty

5 year

 

10 year

 

 

 

 

Color Temp.

5000k

 

5000k

 

 

 

 

CRI

>75

 

83

 

 

 

 

Availability

In Stock, Ship UPS Gr

 

In Stock, Ship UPS Gr

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Induction Lighting With Emergency Battery Backup System

Steven Wilson : May 12, 2012 7:19 am : Induction Lights

What would you do if the lights go out?

In case of a power outage, the new generation Induction High Bay Lighting with automatic emergency battery backup system provides security and peace of mind to your business. 

When the grid is knocked out by natural disaster, or when there are rolling blackouts, the emergency battery backup system switches over automatically, providing uninterrupted lighting for 30 minutes.

Available in 200w and 250w, the main induction light source comes with a 40w battery backup induction light source. 

 

 

 

 

 

– Impact Resistant Non-yellowing, UV protected Polycarbonate Lens

– White cast aluminum gear box with 3” mounting hook

– Ballast made with long life components

– InstantON(TM) flicker-free Cold Start and Hot Re-Start

– Correlated Color Temperature of 5000 K for greater visibility

– High Power Factor, Low THD Replaceable Ballast

– Advanced phosphors for high Lumen Maintenance and high

lumen output

– Aluminum Anodized reflectors for superior long term performance

– Up to 20 years Maintenance free operation

– Very High Output , High Light Quality and Very Long Life

– Light Sensor Detector (LD) – optional

– Motion Sensor Detector (MD) – optional

– 30 Minute operation – 40W Backup automatic switch-over Instant

start system

– 10 Year Warranty

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Induction Lights Retrofits

Steven Wilson : April 12, 2012 11:31 am : Induction Lights

Induction lights retrofits replace the lamp and ballast in your existing fixture for half the cost of a new fixture. Install  induction lights retrofits for parking lot and canopy fixtures and eliminate maintenance costs with 100,000 hour rated lamps

– 60% Average savings over traditional metal halide HID canopy lights

– Extremely high light quality means your area will look more bright with natural light and increase customers.

– 5 year warranty on all induction retrofit kits

Certified Induction lights retrofits for parking lot and area lighting fixtures are now available for; Circline, Emco Lighting, Gardco Lighting, Hubbell Lighting, Kim Lighting, Lithonia and Phillips Quality Lighting. These custom Induction lights retrofits feature;

  • custom designed anodized aluminum reflector for increased illumination
  • bright white light – 5000k – for greater visibility and safety
  • high quality – glare free light –  with CRI above 83
  • electronic ballasts made with long life components
  • instant on, flicker free cold start, and hot re-start
  • high power factor and low THD ballast technology
  • advanced phosphorus for high lumen maintenance and high lumen outout
  • up to 20 year maintenance free operation
  • retrofit kit comes completely assembled for simple drop-in installation
  • 5 year warranty 

 

Induction Lights Retrofits

Induction Lights Retrofits

 

Circline Induction Light Retrofits

Ideal replacement lamp for Metal Halide or High Pressure Sodium indoor or outdoor light fixtures with Mogul (E40) base. (Medium E26 base optional)

UNV = 120-277 VAC. Note : Ballasts are included in the Retrofit Kits

available in 40w to 250w, Circline Induction Light Retrofits cut sheets

Specify stem lengths of; none, 3.5″, 5.5″, 7.0″ or 8.5″

 

 

   
Induction Lights Retrofits

 

Induction Rectangle Type Retrofit Kit

for car dealer lots and mall parking lots, use two-200 watt rectangles side by side when retrofitting a 1000w 23″ shoebox fixture.

available in 40w to 250w. Induction Rectangle Type Retrofit Kit spec sheets

works with motion sensors and light detectors

bi-level dimming available

up to 20 years maintenance free operation

Qualifies for “Buy American” provisions

 

 

   

 

Induction Lights Retrofits

EMCO Lighting ERP- ERA- ERW-20 Induction lights retrofits

Custom retrofit kit for the Lithonia Lighting ERP-ERA-ERW-20 Series area fixtures

available in 40w to 120w. EMCO Lighting ERP- ERA- ERW-20 Induction lights retrofits spec sheets

for the Lithonia Lighting ERP-ERA-ERW 25 series available

   

 

 

Induction Lights Retrofits

 

Gardco Circa 20 series Induction Lights Retrofits

Custom retrofit kit for the Gardco Lighting – Circa 20 Series parking lot fixtures

Ideal replacement for up to a 200w HID lighting system

available in 40w to 175w. Gardco Circa 20 series Induction Lights Retrofits spec sheets

 

 

 

   
Induction Lights Retrofits

 

Gardco Lighting G18 Series Induction lights retrofits

Custom retrofit kit for the Lithonia Lighting – KAD Series parking lot fixtures

available in 40w to 175w. Gardco Lighting G18 Series Induction lights retrofits spec sheets

 

   

 

Induction Lights Retrofits

  

Lithonia AS2 KAD Series Induction lights retrofits

Custom retrofit kit for the Lithonia Lighting – AS2 Series parking lot fixtures

available in 40w to 175w. Lithonia AS2 KAD Series Induction lights retrofits cut sheets

 

   

 

Induction Lights Retrofits

Kim Lighting Post Top Retrofit Kit

Custom retrofit kit for the Kim Lighting – CC-CCS-17 series post top fixtures

Retrofit kit comes completely assembled for simple drop-in installation

available in 40w to 120w. Kim Lighting Post Top Retrofit Kit cut sheets

   
Induction Lights Retrofits 

 

 

Kim Lighting Archetype Series Induction Retrofit Kit

Custom retrofit kit for the Kim Lighting – AR Series parking lot fixtures 

Ideal replacement for up to a 400w HID lighting system

available in 40w to 175w. Kim Lighting Archetype Series Induction Retrofit Kit cut sheets

 

   
Induction Lights Retrofits 

 

Philips Quality Lighting 410 Series Retrofit Kit

Custom Parking/Canopy Retrofit Kit

available in 40w to 120w. Philips Quality Lighting 410 Series Retrofit Kit spec sheets

 

 

   
Induction Lights Retrofits

 

Hubbell Lighting RCS Series Induction-Retrofit-Kit

Custom Parking/Canopy Retrofit Kit

available in 40w to 175w. Hubbell Lighting RCS Series Induction-Retrofit-Kit cut sheets

for the Hubbell Lighting RCM series also available 

 

See how Induction Lights Retrofits can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting

Steven Wilson : December 4, 2010 1:30 pm : Induction Lights

Auto malls and car dealers are embracing energy efficient LED and Induction Lighting for their outside lighting for car lots and parking. Auto malls are an energy-intensive industry, with dealer parking lot lighting consuming about 110 kBTU per square foot, compared to prime office space at 93 kBTU. Many studies  exist online where an auto mall replaces 1,000w metal halides with Induction lighting.

Looking to replace your inefficient car dealer lighting with energy saving parking lot lights? Call sales toll free 1-844-LED PROS (1-844-533-7767)

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Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting

 
Retrofitting your parking lot lights can save you up to 40% on energy costs. Car Dealerships who retrofit often see the largest of savings due to the number of exterior fixtures. Induction light fixtures produce the same amount of usable lumens (light) as Metal Halides or HPS and only use about 50% of the electricity, that means that as soon as the poles are retrofitted the auto dealer will see an immediate drop of about 50% in their electric bill the next month. 
 
 
 
Auto Dealership exterior lighting is used to illuminate both facilities and inventory. Given the quantity of exterior lighting in most dealerships, the potential for cost savings can be great.

To improve the efficiency of exterior lighting: Install Induction Lighting systems for lots and facade lighting. Generally, induction lighting systems are preferred over metal halide because of the long life, 100,000 hr rated life expectancy, the industry best 10 year warranty and they render colors better, improving the appearance of the inventory.

They also have a lamp life of 100,000 hrs. or approx. 20 years (If they are on 12 hours/day/ 365 days a year). Compared to MH or HPS lamps, which have an average life of 15,000-24,000 hours, Induction parking lot light fixtures will have significantly less bulb and ballast changes resulting in substantial maintenance savings

The typical savings on converting a 1000 watt Metal Halide to a 400 watt Induction lighting system can be as much as 60%.1000 watt Metal Halide fixtures are typically found at new and used car dealerships, in mall parking lots, indoor and outdoor athletic facilities.

However, if you don’t want to purchase a whole new fixture and want to reuse the existing one, another option is to use two-200 watt rectangles side by side which fits inside a 23″ shoebox fixture.

When considering whether to replace with new induction fixtures are retrofit the existing fixture with an Induction retrofit kit or LED retrofit kits here are a few questions.

1. How high is the fixture?
2. How long has the fixture been in use?
3. Is the fixture providing direct or indirect light?
4. Is the fixtue lens in good condition or is it yellowed/browned or rusted

The lens may be unusable causing a significant amount of light loss. Also, the fixture may be so badly degraded that the fixture may need to be replaced and a retrofit may not be possible.

If the fixture is in good condition and above 30′, then a 400w Induction retrofit kit or 400w LED retrofit kits are suitable replacements.

Many local utility companies offer rebates for replacing HID fixtures like, Metal Halide (MH) and High Pressure Sodium (HPS) with Induction Light (IL) fixtures. In many cases the rebate amount for Induction lighting is double the amount given for the newer Pulse Start Metal Halide lamps.

Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting

Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting
Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting  Auto Mall Replaces 1,000w Metal Halides with Induction Lighting

 

 Induction Light 23″ Shoebox Parking Lot Lighting

  • Ballast Type
  • Start Method
  • Hot Re-start
  • Universal Input Line Voltage
  • Input Line Frequency
  • Lamp/Ballast System Life
  • Lumen Maintenance @75,000Hrs
  • Color Temperature
  • Color Rendering Index (CRI)
Electronic
InstantON
InstantON
120-277 VAC
50/60 Hz
100,000 Hrs.
>70%
5000 K
83
  • Minimum Starting Temperature
  • Maximum Operating Temperature
  • Lamp Operating Frequency
  • Power Factor
  • Total Harmonic Distortion
  • Inrush Current Peak
  • ETL Listed / UL Standard 1598 
  • FCC Compliance
-20 F
160 F
250 kHz
> 0.98
< 10%
< 10 Amp
Yes
Part 18, Subp. C

 

Induction Lighting Comparisons
  HID HPS INDUCTION
Wattage 400 400  200
Mean Lumens 20,000 40,000 36,000 
Lamp Life 15,000 24,000 100,000 
Lamp changes in 10 years 8.8 3.7
Maintenance costs in 10 years $482 $201
Energy costs in 10 years $4,793 $4,878 $2,141 
Energy Savings 0%  0% 50% 
CRI – Color Rendering Index 65 21 83

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

See how Induction Lighting can save you time, money and energy. Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org 

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SimpleTube LED Installation Pics

Steven Wilson : March 17, 2014 3:20 pm : Energy Efficiency

SimpleTube LED Installation Pics. Presenting before and after pics of a SimpleTube LED installation at the Valley West Corner Store in West Des Moines, Iowa 

SimpleTube LED Installation Pics 

Before SimpleTube LED Installation – replacing old F72/T12 fluorescent bulbs
before pic1
 
 After Installation – SimpleTube LED Titanium
after pic2
NOTE: The unique LED optics and directional lighting characteristic of the SimpleTube LED laser focuses the light on the products in the center of the racks as well as the product on the ends of the racks. 

 

See how LED can save you time, money and energy Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org 

 

 

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LED PAR38 Lamps

Steven Wilson : November 20, 2013 10:22 am : Energy Efficiency

DOE publishes a Caliper report and subjective study on LED PAR38 lamps – 19 Nov 2013

The US Department of Energy concluded that all 38 models of LED PAR38 lamps tested surpass halogen lamps in terms of energy efficiency. Subjective testing of some models by IES members determined that single emitters performed best.

The US Department of Energy (DOE) has published two reports on LED PAR38 retrofit lamps including an updated quantitative Caliper report on the lamps and a subjective report on light quality in which lighting designers rated various products. The Caliper report is an addendum to Report 20 in the DOE Caliper series that was initially issued in 2012, and the addendum covers six additional lamps and three additional benchmarks focused on the performance characteristics of the LEDs. The subjective report has been called Caliper 20.1 and covers the evaluation of beam quality, shadow quality, and color quality by lighting professionals.

LED PAR38 Lamps

Both of the new publications are focused on PAR38 solid-state lighting (SSL) productsLED PAR38 Lamps pictured nearby. The DOE focused on the PAR38 lamp because of the widespread popularity of that form factor in the PAR family of lamps. In actuality, the Caliper 20.1 report is the first of four additional reports that will focus on various aspects of PAR lamp performance with flicker/dimming, stress testing, and lumen/chromaticity sub-reports yet to come.

The addendum brings the number of PAR38 lamps being tested by the DOE in Round 20 testing to 38, and concludes that all of the products offer better energy efficiency than halogen lamps. Moreover, the report states that the LED PAR38 offerings now include lamps that span the broad range of beam angles of similar lamps based on legacy sources, ranging from 8° to 64° patterns, and offer the color quality attributes needed to replace the halogen incumbents.

Read the entire article

See how energy efficient LED lighting products can save you time, money and energy Call Steve at 661.305.3332 or email “The Next Generation Lighting Expert” at steve@energyefficientdevices.org 

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LED Pool Lighting

Steven Wilson : September 26, 2013 8:12 am : Energy Efficiency

LED Pool Lighting has become the industry standard: The reason is efficiency. Today’s LED fixtures (LED stands for light-emitting diode) are designed to produce the same amount of light as a 500-watt incandescent bulb, for example, while drawing no more than 75 watts, a fact that many building codes dictating wattage per square foot of pool surface are just starting to embrace by specifying lumens output instead.

That each LED bulb costs roughly twice what traditional alternatives cost should not serve as a deterrent, according to Greg Fournier, of Hayward Pool Products’ project management team. “The reason that people want to do this is they’re looking at payback on their investment, normally in less than two years,” Fournier says. “They’re putting in new technology that really pays for itself.”

LED lighting has become a full-fledged aquatics industry movement. 

Adds Jim Drozdowski, sales manager for institutional pools at Pentair Pool Products Inc., “The great thing about LED lighting is that you can save up to 86 percent of the energy costs without any compromise in terms of light intensity.”

Moreover, LED lights will likely outlive their counterparts tenfold — providing 20,000 hours of service versus 2,000. “One thing that a lot of people forget is the cost, the man hours, associated with relamping,” Crocker says. “Basically, to relamp the old type of fixture, a person has to get in the water with a screwdriver, unscrew the face of that thing and pull the lamp out. It would have enough extra cord in the housing that they could pull the lamp to the surface and then relamp it. The additional cost of an LED is negated the very first time you have to relamp an incandescent fixture.”

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Customers and Partners

Steven Wilson : May 29, 2013 9:53 am : Energy Efficiency

Beginning in 2011, Green Energy Solutions, Inc adopted an Internet strategy to educate commercial businesses on new, high quality energy efficient devices. The following list celebrates our first 100 green energy customers and partners who purchased and installed energy saving devices such as; eCube (renamed eTemp), ARCTech Pro, SimpleTube LED cooler door lights, LED Lighting & Induction Lighting for cooler door lighting, retail lighting, high bay lights, warehouse lighting, auto dealer parking lots, security lighting, hangar Lighting for aircraft maintenance hangars. We are grateful to our first 100 customers and partners and look forward to introducing more energy efficient devices which not only save you energy and money but also give your businesses the cutting edge over your competitors. Steve Wilson 

 

Green Energy Solutions, Inc. – Green Energy Customers and Partners

Business Name Location Client Product
LE Electric Las Cruces, NM Bryan Eichelberger SimpleTube
 IKEA West Covina, CA Adam Eggehorn  eCube 
 D and J Convenience Store Mobile, AL Chris Schwartz SimpleTube
Intégration TRAVSA  Trois-Rivières, QC Jacques Marchildon SimpleTube 
 Filling Station Council Bluffs, IA Jake Jones    SimpleTube
 Champion Beverage Tunnel Dr Warren, OH Jeff Waldeck  SimpleTube 
 LC Construction Doylestown, PA  Lee Cox  SimpleTube
 Pantry One Food Mart Woodlynne, NJ Maunik Patel SimpleTube 
 Phil’s Fish Market Moss Landing, CA Dennis Tomsic SimpleTube  
Snow’s IGA Mercer, WI Randy Snow SimpleTube 
Globe Food Mart Miami, AZ  Ray An SimpleTube 
Four Season’s Market Brimley, MI  Ron Holden  SimpleTube 
One Stop Food Store Palmetto, FL Sanjit (Sam) Dalsania SimpleTube 
Marathon Springfield, OH Swarnjit Pannu SimpleTube 
The Gateway Liquor Center Bellingham, MA  Tony Khoury  SimpleTube 
Yesco Denver Denver, CO  Dylan Arnold SimpleTube 
Dr. Juan A. Arias Ancón, Panama  Dr. Juan A. Arias ArcTech Pro 
Bernardi Electric Chelsea, NY Alex Bernardi SimpleTube 
Restaurant San Antonio, TX Andy H Tay SimpleTube 
Petro Mart  Milwaukee, WI Aziz Abdul Khaliq  SimpleTube 
Gilberts Mobil Gilberts, IL  Bill Roberts SimpleTube 
Food Mart Inc New Milford, CT Bob Patel SimpleTube
Youngs Family Market  Laurelville, OH  Brad Young  SimpleTube 
Fast Break Stores, Inc. Lathrop, MO  Brian Harris  SimpleTube 
Freedom Electric Little Canada, MN Chad Howard SimpleTube
Birdneck Food Mart   Virginia Beach, VA Daimesh Patel SimpleTube 
Cayce Mill Supply  Owensboro, KY  Dale Braden  SimpleTube 
Sierra Vista Electric, LLC  Berthoud, CO  Dan Cantu  SimpleTube 
Sam’s Food Market St. Petersburg, FL  S. Ebadi  SimpleTube 
Perrault’s Market  Escanaba, MI  Dave Perrault  SimpleTube 
Branch Ave Liquors  Temple Hills, MD  Dinesh Patel  SimpleTube 
Ida’s Tavern  Wisconsin Rapids, WI  Doug Johnson  SimpleTube
Tate & Hill Inc Richmond, VA  Erich Wilson  SimpleTube 
Ideal Lighting  Omaha, NE  Fred Corbino  SimpleTube 
Spot Spirits & Dscnt Tobacco   Waverly, NE  Gary Eastep  SimpleTube 
Gasket Guy  Daphne, AL  Gerald Barrow  SimpleTube 
Holley’s Solo  Starr, SC Henry Holley  SimpleTube 
Frontier Spirits  Westfield, WI  Jeff Kleist  SimpleTube 
Joel Lopez  Phoenix, AZ  Joel Lopez  SimpleTube 
Carniseria El Paso  Aurora, IL  Juan Calvo  SimpleTube 
Stop N Go  Bend, OR  Kizer Couch  SimpleTube 
La Gran Via Meat Market  Providence, RI  Mario Hernandez  SimpleTube 
Pantry One Food Mart  Woodbury, NJ  Maunik Patel  SimpleTube 
Pantry One Food Mart  Halethorpe, MD  Mayur Patel  SimpleTube 
International Asian  Market  South Daytona, FL  Ah Hng  SimpleTube 
Interstate Cenex  Beach, ND  Paul Ridenhower  SimpleTube 
Monterey Lakes Recreation C Bradley, CA  Randy Korsgaard  SimpleTube 
Handee Marts, dba 7-Eleven  Gibsonia, PA  Rick Seguin  SimpleTube 
Royal Liquor & Smoke  Reno, NV  Savinder Singh  SimpleTube 
Roadrunner Petro Inc  Vallejo, CA  Soroush Hajian  SimpleTube 
Efficient Electric  Oshkosh, WI   Todd Healey  SimpleTube 
B Town Wine + Spirits  Boulder, CO  Yvan Lehuerou  SimpleTube 
Westy’s One Stop Mount Venon, SD Barb Johnson SimpleTube
Northern Lights Electrical Newport, WA Bill McCaw SimpleTube
The Service Professor Greenville, MI Brad Krause SimpleTube
Refrigeration HV & AC Wethersfield, CT  Dimitrios Stergiotis SimpleTube
Quick 1   Maryland Hts, MO  Dominque Foulon  ST & T8 LED 
 US Fish & Wildlife Service Tok, AK  James Ellis  Hangar
Arrowood Wild Sides Antigo, WI  Jamie Arrowood  SimpleTube 
One Stop Liquors Bellevue, KY  Jeff Fischer  SimpleTube 
Moddersville Store Wilson  Falmouth, MI  Jerry Wilson  SimpleTube 
Ancona’s Market  Ridgefield, CT  Joe Ancona  SimpleTube 
South Dixie Truck Sales Inc Palmdale, FL  Joe Skrine  SimpleTube 
AM PM  Shelton, WA  John Mahoney  SimpleTube 
Carrier Corp  Chatsworth, CA  Kari Liekko  SimpleTube 
Mckeon Electrical Services  Brielle, NJ  Ken McKenon  SimpleTube 
Ed’s IGA Supermarket  Snowflake, AZ  Kipp Peterson  SimpleTube 
Kamdar Plaza  Chicago, IL  Kishor Kamdar  SimpleTube 
Hopkins Deli  Baltimore, Md  Lucky Singh  SimpleTube 
Super Gas  McMinnville, TN  Mona Patel  Canopy, T8 
Paul O’Leary Construction  Goldcreek, MT  Paul O’Leary  Hangar 
Peters Liquors Keg Depot New Brunswick, NJ  Peter Chedid  SimpleTube 
Runion Energy Solutions Inwood, WV  Philip Runion  SimpleTube 
Grantsville Shop’N Save  Grantsville, MD  Ray Schurg  SimpleTube 
Rapson Refrigeration, Inc.  Bad Axe, MI  Rod Rapson  SimpleTube 
McNiel Electric Co  Peralta, NM  Steve McNiel  Parking
Clintonville Community Market  Columbus, OH  Karen Hanson  SimpleTube 
Steven Phillip Bethel, VT Steven Phillip ARCTech
BP Crivitz, WI Terry Hock SimpleTube

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
 
 
 
 
 
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Energy Efficiency Retrofits

Steven Wilson : April 24, 2013 7:40 am : Energy Efficiency

Low-cost energy efficiency retrofits offered for PG&E commercial customers

LAKEPORT, Calif. – Lake County Energy Watch has a program for Pacific Gas and Electric Co. (PG&E) commercial customers in Lake County to help improve energy efficiency and save money.

The Energy Fitness Program offers low-cost lighting retrofits for customers whose electrical demand is 200 kW or less per month.

These retrofits are available to small businesses, non-profit organizations and special districts, as well as city, state and federal facilities located in Lake County.

The retrofits include four- and eight-foot linear fixtures, high bay fixtures, light-emitting diode (LED) refrigeration case lighting, gas station canopy lights, ENERGY STAR compact fluorescent lamps (CFLs), LED open signs, vacancy sensors, vending machine controls and faucet aerators, as well as additional LED and other cost-effective measures.

All of these measures, including energy-efficient lighting upgrades, are available for nominal copay.

In a letter of support for the Energy Fitness Program, Fire Chief Willie Sapeta wrote, “On behalf of the Lake County Fire Protection District, we would like to extend our appreciation for the assistance with enrolling my district into the Energy Fitness/Energy Watch Program. We received new, efficient lighting components at each of our facilities, which replaced 25-year old technology lighting. The new lighting provides a crisper, brighter and safer environment to work in. We also look forward to the going green aspects of the new lighting to do our part in contributing to a greener workplace.”

Lake County Energy Watch received assistance from PG&E to pay nonprofit organizations’ copay for lighting retrofits available through the program.

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GSA Tests Energy Efficient Devices

Steven Wilson : April 23, 2013 10:41 am : Energy Efficiency

GSA Tests Energy-Slashing Technologies To Deploy In 10,000 Federal Buildings

The GSA announced this week that trials of workstation lighting controls and advanced power strips dramatically reduced electricity use in federal buildings. The agency also announced plans to test an additional dozen energy- and water-saving technologies this year as part of its Green Proving Ground program.

The banality of its name doesn’t hint at the importance of the GSA’s mandate and influence. The GSA is the largest owner of commercial real estate in the United States; it owns and leases 9,600 buildings nationwide. If the GSA were to unleash the full potential of federal procurement across its portfolio, it would expand the market for sustainable technologies.

The Green Proving Ground complements these efforts by leveraging the GSA’s extensive real estate portfolio to undertake real-world testing of promising energy- and water-saving technologies. Innovations that reduce operating costs and meet the sustainability goals outlined by President Obama for federal agencies (more on this below) are deployed by the GSA. Technologies proven effective in earlier rounds of Green Proving Ground testing, for instance, are being installed as part of building retrofits funded by the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA).

Here are results from the GSA Green Proving Ground trials released this week:

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LED In Wawa Convenience Stores

Steven Wilson : April 15, 2013 3:33 pm : Energy Efficiency

“Wawa was looking to reduce energy costs through various ways at our locations,” said Scott Boorse, Wawa’s energy and petroleum operations manager, who spoke exclusively to CSNews Online. “One of the tools we identified was to utilize LED lighting in our cooler boxes. We had done some tests and discovered that LED lighting would reduce our cooler box lighting costs by about 70 percent. And since LED lights last a long time, we felt our maintenance costs would also decrease.”

For the consumer, Boorse noted that LED lighting is more attractive than its traditional counterpart and “provides an overall better lighting environment for the customer.”

Saving money on operating costs is a huge boon to any convenience store operator. However, the customer also needs to like what he or she sees to make the new lighting system successful. Boorse said Wawa’s customers definitely like what they’re seeing, and he noted that feedback took place even before shoppers got their first glance at it.

“Store associates immediately noticed a difference the day following the installation,” the energy and petroleum operations manager recalled. “I can only remember positive comments about [the new LED system]. I don’t think we had any negative comments from store associates or any customer issues.”

More specifically, Boorse relayed that during intercepts, Wawa customers commented that the LED system made colors “truer, brighter and made things pop.”

“For example, the blue color of Gatorade really pops,” he said. “And the silver color of cans of Coke, Pepsi or another brand really sparkle when the light hits them. Also, consumers said everything [on the beverage] was clear and easy to see and read.”

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Energy Efficiency Projects In New Jersey

Steven Wilson : March 29, 2013 11:38 am : Energy Efficiency

New Jersey has been spending about $1.3 million a month for energy efficiency improvements at small businesses, schools, and municipal facilities through the Direct Install program.

Energy Efficiency Projects In New Jersey 

Between May 2010 and September 2012, the state paid more than $37.7 million for more energy-efficient lighting, refrigeration, heating and air conditioning, and other items, according to data from the Board of Public Utilities. Nearly 1,600 companies and government bodies participated in the program, which works out to an average just shy of $25,000 apiece. The grants, which cover 70 percent of the cost of the work, range from as little as $229 for a small Montclair business to $259,000 for nine township-owned properties in Middletown.

Typically, businesses are eligible for Direct Install if their peak demand did not exceed 150 kilowatts in any of the prior 12 months. And many local governments are also eligible. A contractor will evaluate a property and then recommend and install new equipment, including lighting, occupancy sensors, programmable thermostats, and other energy-efficient gear. The customer is liable for 30 percent of the installation costs, but should also benefit from annual energy savings.

According to the BPU, clean energy measures last an average of 15 years. Each dollar invested saves the typical home owner $4 and the typical industrial client $11. Between 2001 and 2010, the state’s Clean Energy Program will reduce greenhouse gas emissions by more than 34 million metric tons.

Direct Install, which began in September 2009, is one of a number of clean energy programs funded by the Societal Benefits Charge paid by every utility customer. The SBC costs the average residential customer $56 a year in electrical charges and $51 in gas fees. Between 2001 and 2010, some $1.2 billion has been spent in support of the state’s Clean Energy Program, according to its website.

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Energy Efficient Rebates

Steven Wilson : October 29, 2012 12:45 pm : Energy Efficiency

Energy efficient rebates, green energy rebates and energy saving rebates for business, residence, school, non-profit,organization Federal, State, Local governments or utility listed by State

 

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Utility and Power Company Phone List

Steven Wilson : October 9, 2012 12:59 pm : Energy Efficiency
Company Website Service
Southern Company http://www.southerncompany.com/ 1-800-245-2244
Alabama Power http://www.alabamapower.com 1-800-245-2244
PowerSouth Energy Cooperative http://powersouth.com/ 1-334-427-3000
Wiregrass Electric
Cooperative
http://www.wiregrass.coop/ 1-800-239-4602
Tennessee Valley Authority http://tva.gov 1-865-632-2101
DECATUR UTILITIES http://www.decaturutilities.com/ 1-256-552-1400
SWEPCO https://www.swepco.com/Default.aspx 1-888-216-3523
American Electric Power http://www.aep.com/ 1-614-716-1000 
Entergy http://www.entergy.com/ 1-800-368-3749
CLECO http://www.cleco.com/site.php 1-318-484-7400
Cinergy Corporation http://www.duke-energy.com/ohio.asp 1-800-544-6900
FirstEnergy https://www.firstenergycorp.com/illuminating_company.html 1-888-544-4877
Cleveland Electric
Illuminating Compa
https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/illuminating_company.html 1-800-589-3101
Ohio Edison https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/ohio_edison.html 1-800-633-4766
Toledo Edison https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/toledo_edison.html 1-800-447-3333
American Electric Power https://www.aepohio.com/ 1-800-672-2231
Dayton Power & Light http://www.dpandl.com/ 1-800-433-8500
South Central Power Company http://www.southcentralpower.com/ 1-800-282-5064 
Consolidated Electric
Cooperative
http://www.consolidatedelectric.coop/ 1-800-421-5863
Central Maine Power http://www.cmpco.com/ 1-800-750-4000
Bangor Hydro Electric http://www.bhe.com/ 1-800-499-6600
Oklahoma Gas & Electric http://www.oge.com/Pages/Home.aspx 1-800-272-9741
Public Service Company of
Oklahoma,
https://www.psoklahoma.com/ 1-888-216-3523
Arizona Public Service http://www.aps.com  1-800-253-9405
Salt River Project http://www.srpnet.com/ 1-602-236-8888
Tucson Electric Power http://www.tep.com 1-520-623-7711
Allegheny Power http://www.alleghenypower.com 1-800-255-3443
Baltimore Gas & Electric http://www.bge.com 1-877-778-2222
Choptank Electric Cooperative http://www.choptankelectric.com/ 1-877-892-0001
PEPCO http://www.pepco.com/  1-202-833-7500
Southern Maryland Electric
Cooperativ
https://www.smeco.coop/index.aspx 1-888-440-3311
Columbia River Publix utility
District
http://www.crpud.net/ 1-503-397-0590
Pacific Corp. http://www.pacificpower.net/footer/contact.html 1-888-221-7070
Portland General Electric http://www.portlandgeneral.com/default.aspx 1-800-542-8818
West Oregon Electric
Cooperative
http://www.westoregon.org/ 1-800-777-1276
Canby Utility http://www.ci.canby.or.us/cityservices/cityserv.htm#Water/Electric 1-503-266-1156
Salem Electric http://www.salemelectric.com/ 1-503-362-3601
Tillamook Peoples Utility http://www.tpud.org/ 1-800-422-2535
Ashland Electric http://www.ashland.or.us/SectionIndex.asp?SectionID=423  1-541-488-5357
Wasco Electric http://www.wascoelectric.com/ 1-800-341-8580
Entergy http://www.entergy.com 1-800-368-3749
North Little Rock Electric http://www.nlrelectric.com 1-501-975-8888
Massachusetts Municipal
Wholesale
http://www.mmwec.org/ 1-413-589-0141
NSTAR http://www.nstar.com 1-800-592-2000
Northeast Utilities http://www.nu.com/ 1-877-659-6326
National Grid, ( Nantucket
Electric an
https://www1.nationalgridus.com/StateLandingMA 1-877-696-4743
Peabody Municipal Light Plant http://www.pmlp.com/ 1-978-531-5975
Rural Valley Electric http://www.valleyrec.com/ 1-800-432-0680
FirstEnergy, (Penn Power,
Met-Ed, Pen
http://www.firstenergycorp.com 1-800-545-7741
Met-Ed, (FirstEnergy)  https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/met_edison.html 1-800-545-7741
Penelec, (FirstEnergy)  https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/penelec.html 1-800-545-7741
Penn Power,
(FirstEnergy) 
https://www.firstenergycorp.com/content/customer/penn_power.html 1-800-720-3600
West Penn Power,
(FirstEnergy) 
https://www.firstenergycorp.com/west_penn_power.html 1-800-686-0021
PECO https://www.peco.com/Pages/Home.aspx 1-800-494-4000
Alleegeheny Power http://www.alleghenyenergy.com/ContactUs.asp 1-800-255-3443
PPL http://www.pplelectric.com/ 1-800-342-5775
Duquesne Light https://www.duquesnelight.com/forYourHome/CustomerService/default.cfm 1-412-393-7200
Citizens Electric of
Lewisburg
http://www.citizenselectric.com/ 1-570-522-6144
Pike County Light & Power
Company,
http://www.oru.com/index.html 1-877-434-4100
UGI Utilities http://www.ugi.com/portal/page/portal/UGI/Home 1-800-652-0550
Wellsboro Electric Company http://wellsboroelectric.com/ 1-570-724-3516
Alameda Municipal Power http://www.alamedamp.com 1-510-748-3900
Anaheim Public utilities http://www.anaheim.net 1-714-765-4311
Azusa Light & Water http://www.ci.azusa.ca.us 1-626-812-5225
City of Palo Alto Utilities http://www.cityofpaloalto.org/depts/utl/default.asp 1-650-329-2161
Bear Valley Electric http://www.bves.com 1-800-808-2837
Burbank Water & Power http://www.burbankwaterandpower.com 1-818-238-3700
Colton Public Utilities http://www.coltononline.com 1-909-370-5555
Glendale Public Service
Department
http://www.glendalewaterandpower.com 1-818-548-3300
Gridley Municipal Utilities http://www.gridley.ca.us/city-departments/electric-department 1-530-846-5695
Healdsburg Municipal,
Electric Depart
http://www.ci.healdsburg.ca.us/index.aspx?page=62 1-707-431-3300
Los Angeles Department, of
Water an
https://www.ladwp.com/ladwp/homepage.jsp 1-800-342-5397
Mountain Utilities   1-209-258-7332
Pacific Gas & Electric http://www.pge.com/ 1-800-743-5000
PacifiCorp http://www.pacificorp.com 1-888-221-7070
Pasadena Water & Power http://www.ci.pasadena.ca.us/waterandpower/ 1-626-744-4005
Riverside Public Utilities http://www.riversideca.gov/utilities/ 1-951-782-0330
Sacramento Municipal Utility
District
http://www.smud.org 1-888-456-7683
Silicon Valley Power http://siliconvalleypower.com 1-408-615-2300
San Diego Gas & Electric http://sdge.com 1-800-411-7343
Sierra-Pacific Power http://www.nvenergy.com 1-775-834-4444
Southern California Edison http://www.sce.com 1-800-655-4555
Southern California Public
Power Auth
http://www.scppa.org/ 1-626-793-9364
Surprise Valley power http://www.surprisevalleyelectric.org 1-866-843-2667
Vernon Light & Power http://www.cityofvernon.org/city_services/light_and_power.htm 1-323-583-8811
Valley Electric association http://www.vea.coop/ 1-800-742-3330 
Consumers Energy http://www.consumersenergy.com/ 1-800-477-5050
DTE Energy – (Detroit Edison) http://www.dteenergy.com/ 1-800-477-4747 
Excel Energy http://www.xcelenergy.com/ 1-800-895-4999
We Energies http://www.we-energies.com/ 1-800-242-9137
American Electric Power http://www.aep.com/ 1-800-277-2177
Holland Board of Public Works http://www.hollandbpw.com/Pages/Home.aspx 1-616-355-1500
Lansing Board of Water &
Light
http://www.lbwl.com/ 1-800-493-8009
Upper Peninsula Power Company http://www.uppco.com/ 1-800-562-7680
National Grid, Narragansett https://www1.nationalgridus.com/RhodeIsland GAS = 1-800-870-1664, ELECTRIC = 1-800-322-3223
Great River Energy http://www.greatriverenergy.com/ 1-763-445-5000
Minnkota Power Cooperative http://www.minnkota.com/ 1-701-795-4000
Basin Electric Power
Cooperative
http://www.basinelectric.com/ 1-701-223-0441
East River Electric Power
Co-op
http://www.eastriver.coop/ 1-605-256-4536
Interstate Power and Light
Company –
http://www.alliantenergy.com/index.htm 1-800-255-4268
L&O Power Co-op http://www.landopowercoop.com/ 1-712-472-2556
Minnesota Power http://www.mnpower.com/ 1-800-228-4966
Otter Tail Power Company https://www.otpco.com/Pages/default.aspx 1-800-257-4044
People&#146;s Co-op http://www.peoplesrec.com/ 1-507-367-7000
Tri-County Electric http://www.tec.coop/ 1-800-432-2285
Rochester Public Utilities http://www.rpu.org/ 1-800-778-3421
Hutchinson Utilities
Commission
http://www.hutchinsonutilities.com/ 1-320-587-4746
Marshall Municipal Utilities http://www.marshallutilities.com/ 1-507-537-7005
Missouri River Energy
Services
http://www.mrenergy.com/ 1-800-678-4042
Xcelenergy http://www.xcelenergy.com/ 1-800-895-4999
Otter Trail Power Co https://www.otpco.com/Pages/default.aspx 1-800-257-4044
Montana Dakota http://www.montana-dakota.com/Pages/Overview.aspx 1-800-638-3278
Black Hills http://www.blackhillspower.com/index.htm 1-800-742-8948
East River Electric
Cooperative
http://www.eastriver.coop/ 1-605-256-4536
Rushmore Electric Power
Cooperative
http://www.rushelec.com/ 1-800-344-4759
Ameren http://www.ameren.com 1-800-552-7583 
Kansas City Power & Light http://www.kcpl.com/ 1-888-471-5275
Empire District Electric http://www.empiredistrict.com Electric: 1-800-206-2300, Gas: 1-800-424-0427 
Aquila – Black Hills Energy http://www.blackhillsenergy.com 1-888-890-5554
City Utilities of Springfield http://www.cityutilities.net 1-417-863-9000
Independence Power and Light http://www.ci.independence.mo.us/Default.aspx 1-816-325-7494
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Energy Efficiency Pays Off

Steven Wilson : August 30, 2012 1:17 pm : Energy Efficiency

Convenience Store Decisions Article

By John Lofton

Savvy convenience store chains are leading the charge toward more energy efficient store equipment that both respects the environment and lowers operating costs, using everything from LED lighting and state-of-the-art cooler doors to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) buildings and clean fleet initiatives to do so.  

Doing the Right Things

It’s the right thing to do for the environment. Customer perceptions of retail companies often start with what they see and experience in the stores. Customers equate cleanliness with safety, 

Feldman chose a high-efficiency lighting system that included LEDs, both inside the store and under the gas canopies, and energy-free cooler doors made of multi-layered glass that remains condensation-free without using additional heat. On the exterior of the building, the company uses a highly reflective roof material that increases the store’s interior efficiency without adding to the urban heat island effect.

The company also opted for an ultra-light concrete mix that helps to reflect the sun and made extensive use of regional materials that didn’t need to be trucked far to lower the construction’s carbon footprint. “The brick, aggregate for the concrete and gypsum board were all mined and manufactured in central Iowa,” Feldman proudly noted.

We used LEDs under the canopies for energy efficiency and also to provide the light levels perceived necessary for safety that we just couldn’t get with other lighting systems,” Feldman said

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