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Did you know that the peak load from commercial lighting can account for up to 37% of you utility bill?*

You've come to the right place to start saving money by lowering your energy bills and reducing maintenance costs. Navigate ELS's facility managment solutions below and contact us for your personal needs assessment.

*Source: California Energy Commission Commercial Buildings

Facility Needs & Trends

  1. Reduce energy and maintenance cost, which drives bottom-line cost savings
  2. Maintain or improve occupant satisfaction and facility aesthetics
  3. Improve your facilities' environmental footprint
  4. Leverage environmentally conscious lighting solutions

LED Lighting Solutions

 

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An Outstanding Return on a Light Investment

Businesses usually require investments with short payback periods and attractive rates of return. Energy-efficient lighting is just such an investment. As much as 40 percent of your electric bill may be just the cost of your business lighting requirements.

By installing energy-efficient lighting, you can:

• Significantly reduce electric usage
• Decrease monthly energy costs
• Markedly improve lighting quality
• Provide a safer and more productive work environment.

LED Product Solutions
PAR30 LED Lamp - reduce energy consumption by 75%. Save $27.38 annually vs. standard Par30 halogen bulb.
T8 LED Tube - reduce energy consumption by 50% of your total. Save $10.14 anually vs. standard T8 fluorescent.
T8 LED Lamp - reduce energy consumption by up to 50%. Save $12.88 vs. standard T8 U Lamp fluorescent.
News and Updates

LEDs Pass University’s Test for Office Lighting
Solid-state lighting systems using white light LEDs are quickly becoming a viable solution for interior, ambient lighting in new and existing commercial buildings as they begin to rival the performance of linear and compact fluorescent lighting systems. This is good news for those involved in commercial construction and renovation who are interested in the multiple “green” and related economic benefits of LED lighting. In fact, as the short case study on Virginia Commonwealth University demonstrates, commercial buildings across the country are already specifying LED overhead lighting for retail spaces, universities, corporate offices and housing. Read More>>>

 
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