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HOUSTON—One Stop Green, an international retailer for green, energy efficient products and services launches its new commercial solutions website. The new commercial site focuses on green products that are suitable for commercial clients that include architects, engineers, commercial buildings and apartment complexes, industrial facilities, and hospitality. The new site also features ActiveLED lighting.
ATLANTA—Havells, a global leader in the lighting industry, is now offering their full line of Energy Star rated LED lamps. Havells’ new long-life LED portfolio provides a wide range of bulb types with dimmable options, high light output, and guaranteed energy savings for all types of industrial, commercial, hospitality, and residential lighting applications.
PHILADELPHIA—Westinghouse Lighting introduces two new catalogs that showcase their expansive U.S. stocking program. In addition to the product assortment Westinghouse consistently offers, they are introducing dozens of new products.
WEST CALDWELL, N.J.—Consuming just 20 watts while powered by a one- or two- lamp per driver configuration, MaxLite introduces the LED Linear F32T8 Replacement Lamp for retrofit applications currently using 4-foot fluorescent tubes. MaxLite, a leading global manufacturer and marketer of the award-winning MaxLED line of LED luminaires and lamps using LED technology, has designed the LED Linear T8 Lamp to allow for a single remote driver to operate pairs or a single T8 lamp.
SANTA CRUZ, CALIF.—LittleFootprint Lighting, a producer of sustainably designed LED task lighting products made in the United States from recycled e-waste, announced it has signed a Master Distributor agreement with Pineapple Hospitality, a distributor of environmentally friendly products to the hospitality industry. The agreement will cover the nationwide distribution of LittleFootprint Lighting’s HeronLED Personal Task Light, the first and only desk lamp made in the United States from e-Waste.
SALT LAKE CITY—Control4, a provider of residential and light commercial automation systems, announced that the newly built, luxury Montage Deer Valley Residences will feature Control4 smart home solutions. In April of 2011, Montage Deer Valley unveiled the Control4 hospitality solution in a total of 154 deluxe guestrooms and 66 suites within the resort.
HOUSTON—Toshiba International Corp. has introduced a new candelabra LED lamp that offers appealing light and energy savings. Toshiba’s new candelabra 180 series is a direct replacement for a 25W incandescent candelabra and is designed to fit standard E12 and E26 socket fixtures. The Energy Star qualified lamp uses up to 84 percent less energy than incandescent candelabras.
WASHINGTON, D.C.—Results of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) 2012 Lodging Survey provide strong evidence that the greening of the U.S. lodging industry is continuing. Funded by the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Foundation (AH&LEF) and conducted by STR, 52,155 U.S. hotel properties were polled in the survey that is conducted every two years. Similar data has been collected since 1988. There was a healthy response rate of 23 percent to this year’s survey. While most of the questions were repeated from previous years, there were new questions as well. For example, hoteliers were asked for the first time whether they have energy efficient LED lighting. Averaged over the seven chain scales in the survey, 68 percent said they do. The segment with the most: upper upscale with 78 percent of respondents saying they have LED lighting. Another first time question asked about the presence of electric car charging stations. Only 5 percent said they are providing them. Fifty-nine percent of those responding said their hotels have recycling programs.
SAN DIEGO—EnvironmentalLights.com, a source of sustainable, energy-efficient LED lighting products, announced that they have released a new streamlined e-commerce website that will make it easier for consumers and professionals to shop online for LED lighting solutions.
CONCORD, CALIF.—CONCORD, CALIF.—It got official as it can get earlier this year on June 5. It was on that day that the Hilton Concord in Concord, Calif., was designated the Sustainability Flagship by Interstate Hotels & Resorts in a proclamation released by the Office of the Mayor of the City of Concord. The 329-key hotel was selected by Interstate to be the green prototype of what could be rolled out across the company’s other five wholly-owned and managed hotels. According to Charles Smith, CEO, Hotel Sustainability Solutions, Inc., lead consultant on the hotel’s sustainability project, the Hilton Concord was selected, among other reasons, as the test hotel because it is not only wholly owned by Interstate but also because it is located in a state where there are abundant incentives. The list of sustainability initiatives put into place so far is long.
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